Pakistani-origin Sara Khan appointed to lead new counter-extremism body in UK

LONDON: Pakistani-origin Sara Khan has been appointed to head another body entrusted with recognizing and finding fanaticism in the UK. She will lead the Countering Extremism Commission which Theresa May guaranteed after the Manchester Arena assault. Sara Khan said that the body which will advise minister must be staunch in safeguarding opportunities and shared esteems.

In any case, previous Tory director Lady Warsi said numerous British Muslims considered Ms Khan a “mouthpiece” of minsters.

The Conservative companion who is the main Muslim lady to serve in bureau addressed Ms Khan’s probable freedom and validity in a progression of tweets and cautioned of “damaging and destructive games” being played.