ISLAMABAD (Agencies) Ulema from across the country who met Interior Minister Rehman Malik here on Sunday adopted a resolution against terrorism. Talking to media after the meeting, Rehman Malik said new legislation is being introduced against banned outfits and that the federal government is working in close coordination with all the provinces including Punjab to tackle the scourge of terrorism, reported a private TV channel. As many as 27 ulema representing all schools of thought met the Interior Minister. Malik termed the deadly attacks on Data Darbar an assault on Islam. The third force is attempting to trigger sectarian violence and execute acts of terrorism, he added. He warned the 'enemies that the nation has consensus on putting an end to terrorism and that the ulema have already issued a 'joint fatwa against the suicide attacks. The entire nation is closely united against the attempts to fan sectarian violence and hatred, he added. The Interior Minister said the President, the Prime Minister as well as Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif all are on same page for elimination of terrorism. They (President and PM) are ready to meet wherever Shahbaz Sharif wants on the issue of terrorism, he added. Ulema on the occasion read out the joint resolution which condemned the Data Darbar carnage and also called upon the government to take effective measures for rooting out terrorism. They also called for action against terrorists and extremist outfits. All religious schools of thought are united against the terrorism, they added. The meeting also decided to hold a peace walk and that the ulema will put forth recommendations for promotion of religious harmony in the country.