LAHORE - Secretary General Jamaat-e-Islami Liaquat Baloch, JI Lahore chief Amirul Azeem and JI workers visited the shrine of mystic saint Hazrat Ali Hajveri (RA), popularly known as Data Ganj Bakhsh, and offered fateha. JI leaders offered condolences with the families of those martyred at the shrine in the suicide attack and prayed for the early recovery of the injured. Talking to the newsmen, Liaquat Baloch said that the shrine of Hazrat Ali Hajveri was the centre of love and devotion and terrorism at the shrine was most condemnable. He said the perpetrators of such a crime had no link with Islam and humanity. He said it was primarily the government responsibility to protect the life and property of the people besides the places of worship and the shrines. He noted that the PM and the Foreign Minister of the country were themselves heirs of religious seats while President Zardari was the custodian of Bhuttos shrine. Despite that, the shrines were been targeted which spoke of the rulers failure. Referring to the religious parties call for holding an All Parties Conference, he said a number of such conferences were held in the past but their decisions were never implemented. He said the important thing was as to what would be the APC agenda and how its decisions would be implemented. He said that the enemies of Islam were united and active therefore, the religious parties and people from different schools of thought should unite in self-defense. He said the JI had great respect for the Ulema and religious scholars and saints who played an active part in the propagation of Islam in this region. He also welcomed the unit y of the Ahle Sunnah parties.