I was referring to just very basic things which majority of the population can agree on.
I would say things like LGBT, Joyland, etc. If this is normalised they will begin to lean towards groups like TTP because most people simply see this stuff as a redline. But after this it becomes very difficult to claim it as a murtad state as it's nauanced, and recruitment would be stunted.
But if you cross boundaries of even the average Muslim, it's going to be near impossible to counter the narrative or have the people's support to crush them.
It's about how receptive the population is.
Majority of the population will be very receptive and against basic things like LGBT, and Joyland, which empowers TTP. Other things become more nuanced and it's not easy to takfir like that, nor will they buy it as easily. The state could overpower them easily using the Khawarij narrative.
But otherwise if you go against basic principles that the average Muslim agrees on, then their narrative will be strengthened hence recruitment goes up significantly.
I think a lot of people here are in foreign countries like myself, but they don't realise Pakistan is still largely religious and conservative in most places. Don't give these organisations such easy ammo.