PESHAWAR - Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F), Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, has announced to hold a car rally against the anti-Islam film in the provincial metropolis and vowed to continue their protests until anti-blasphemy law is legislated at international level.

JUI-F former provincial minister and party Sectary Information, Asif Iqbal Daudzai said the party decided to take out a ‘Tahafuz-e-Namoos-e-Risalat car rally’ to stress the rulers to ask the United Nations and OIC to make a blasphemous law at International level.

Addressing a news conference here at Peshawar press club on Tuesday, he claimed that JUI have full support of minorities to participate in the car rally to be held on November 15.

The aim of the protest was to create religious harmony against profane acts, he added.

Flanked by party provincial general secretary Khalid Waqar, he informed that in the rally 500 cars from each constituency of the metropolitan would take part.

The rally will started from party provincial secretariat and will pass on from Kohat road to GT road, where party central and provincial leaders of the party will address.

He also said that after the assurance of the business community to shut their business activities and close markets on that day, whereas as committees have also been formed to manage the rally.

To a query, Asif Iqbal said that nomination of party intended candidates would be announced soon after the final date of general elections in the country.