London, There is a close race between Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak for the post of Prime Minister in Britain. As in all surveys, Rishi Sunak seems to be slightly behind Liz Truss. In such a situation, Sunak has made a new bet to woo the Conservative voters.
Rishi Sunak has said that if he comes to power, he will crack down on Islamic extremism. Will bring reforms in prevention program Will bring reforms in prevention program Sunak said that he will bring necessary reforms in the prevention program to curb Islamic extremism. The Prevent Program is a UK Government strategy aimed at reducing the threat of terrorism to Britain by preventing people from becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism.
The Richmond (York) lawmaker said he would refocus the “failed” control strategy on Islamic extremism, which he said was essential to curbing the terrorist threat Britain is grappling with.
Criticism of Islamic fundamentalism Criticism of Islamic fundamentalism Rishi Sunak said, “I will criticize Islamic extremism. Whether it is to redouble our efforts to combat Islamic extremism or to root out those who voice hatred for our country, I am determined to fulfill that duty.” Gotta do it, I’ll do it.”
Sunak said that he will take important steps to resolve this issue. To this end he will take important steps such as broadening the definition of extremism, cracking down on organizations promoting extremism in Britain and strengthening terrorism laws.
People Can’t Criticize Britain People Can’t Criticize Britain Rishi Sunak said that he would add criticism of Britain to the definition of extremism. It will ensure that those with extreme hatred towards the UK, who are also a threat to national security, will be identified and a range of sanctions will be imposed on them.
However, Sunak said this was not a legally binding definition and criticism of the government or government policies would not be covered by the scheme. Sunk also highlighted the rise in funded charities and public bodies accused of promoting extremist ideology in Britain.
Sunak said that if elected, he would audit these organizations and ensure that no extremist organization receives taxpayers’ money. Extremist ideology to be curbed inside prisons Extremist ideology to be curbed inside prisons Sunak said Britain is a symbol of freedom, tolerance and diversity.
May we never allow those who want to undermine and destroy our way of life to succeed. Rishi Sunak also said his plan would prevent the spread of extremist ideology within UK prisons. He said that prison should be a tool for good behavior, rehabilitation in the wider society, tolerance and respect among the incarcerated.
Will also focus on mental health Will also focus on mental health Rishi Sunak said he will also ensure that a Bill of Rights is passed so that extremists inside prisons are separated from the rest of the general prison population. Steps will be taken to ensure that Britain’s human rights framework is not used to spread the toxic ideology of extremists.SS1MS