ISLAMABAD - JUI-F Wednesday asked the PPP leader and former Information Minister Sherry Rehman to withdraw her proposed bill submitted in the National Assembly (NA) that seeks amendment in blasphemy laws. The parliamentary party held the government responsible for the assassination of Governor Punjab Salmaan Taseer, by saying government should have adopted clear policy on the issue. JUI-F parliamentary party has also decided to boycott the meeting summoned by the Prime Minister to deliberate on the situation arising out after the increase in petroleum prices, said Secretary General Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Haideri, addressing a press conference after the party meeting. He said that incumbent government should take the matters seriously to avoid worsening situation in future. To a question about no confidence move against PM, Ghafoor Haideri was of the view that Pakistan Muslim League-N was playing role of friendly opposition and JUI-F was not in big majority to initiate this move as it depends upon big parties. He further said that government has lost its majority in parliament and PM along with its cabinet should have resigned now. JUI-F would keep playing strong opposition role in the parliament and would also stage protest in and out of parliament, he added. Talking to The Nation, Senator Dr Muhammad Ismail Buledi of the JUI-F said that Salmaan Taseer should have given a responsible statement on the issue. He rushed to remark that it was also not good to take law into hand. He said that government should have taken religious parties in confidence over the bill as it did not adopt clear policy. He said that a Namoos-e-Risalat conference would be held at Karachi on January 9.