RAWALPINDI - Maulana Muhammad Ahmed Ludhyanvi, chief of Ahl-e-Sunnat Wal Jammat, has urged the government to arrest all the killers of ASWJ activists, otherwise tens of hundreds of activists from every district would march towards Islamabad on his one call.“The ASWJ activists will stage a sit-in outside the Parliament House until the government makes legislation to protect respect of companions of Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH),” he added.Ludhyanvi was addressing a convention of ASWJ workers here at Liaquat Bagh on Friday. He said that suppression and highhandedness were on the rise against the ASWJ workers. He said that ASWJ members were being harassed and kidnapped while the government was taking no action. “Do not test our patience. The things will go out of control if we lose our patience,” he warned.He asked the activists to make preparations for elections, alleging that ASWJ candidates were defeated through a well-planned conspiracy.He said that the terrorists played havoc in Raja Bazaar seminary on November 15, 2013. He said that he hoped the terrorists arrested by the government in this connection would not be released. He expressed his solidarity with the traders who suffered loss during the Ashura violence.The ASWJ chief said that the Iranian coast guards’ dead bodies were found within Iran while it had been threatening Pakistan. He asked the Prime Minister Mian Nawaz Sharif to show courage and give Iran reply in a same fashion.The ASWJ also supported peace talks between the government and Taliban through a resolution, which was passed unanimously during the convention.A large number of activists participated in the convention. Tight security arrangements were made on the occasion to avoid any untoward incident.ASWJ leaders including Khalifa Abdul Qayyum, Maulana Aurangzeb Farooqi, Dr Khadim Hussain Dhallo, Maulana Ashraf, Maulana Ameer Muavia Azam Tariq, Maulana Rehan Mehmood and Maulana Ramzan Mengal, and many others were present on the occasion.This news was published in The Nation newspaper. Read complete newspaper of 29-Mar-2014 here.