KARACHI (APP) - Federal Minister for Religious Affairs, Syed Hamid Saeed Kazmi has said that hunt for the terrorists responsible for bloodshed at Nishtar Park Karachi which became a symbol of fear and terror, is continuing. He said saboteurs, extremists and terrorists are causing damage to the country and religion Islam while majority of kalma reciters of all religious schools of thought do not believe in terrorism. He was speaking as the chief guest at a Mehfil-e-Naat at Civil Hospital Karachi organised by Sindh Para Medical Staff Welfare Association on the occasion of 3rd death anniversary of Zakir Hussain Shaheed. Mehfil-e-Milad was largely attended, among others, by formez Federal Minister Haji Mohammed Hanif Tayyab. The Federal Religious Affairs Minister that the elements who were targeting law enforcing agencies, besides Masajid, Imambargahs and Milad meetings, were on one hand giving a message to Islam and nations enemies that forces cannot protect the people while on the other conspiring to detract the Muslims from the path of Allah Almighty. The incidents of terrorism prove that terrorists and extremists are neither well wishers of Pakistan nor friends of Islam, he said adding that if anyone wants the Shariah to reign supremacy in the country, one should seek mandate of the people in the elections and get Shariah supreme law from the parliament instead of resorting to terrorism. Hamid Saeed Kazmi paid tributes to Zakir Hussain who was martyred in the Nishtar Park blast. On the occasion people in the Mehfil presented him their problems and the Minister asked the concerned organisation representatives to convey the same to him so that he could talk to concerned departments and particularly the Health Department. Earlier Haji Mohammed Hanif Tayyab paid rich tributes to Zakir Hussain for his services particularly for Sindh Para-medical and Staff Welfare Association.