LAHORE Religious organisations from various schools of thought organised seminars and rallies across the country including the City on Wednesday to commemorate the historic legislation of declaring Qadiyanis as non-Muslims in 1974 for violating finality of the Holy Prophet (PBUH). As part of the Khatm-e-Nabuwwat Day, various organizations paid tributes to the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and to those scholars who struggled for three-decade that resulted into historic legislation at various meetings and rallies. The speakers at these events vowed to protect the honor of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) at every cost and would not hesitate from offering any sacrifice for the cause. They warned that Qadiyani lobby aided by Christian and Zionist regimes of the west had remained active in hatching heinous conspiracies against the security, solidarity and integrity of Pakistan. They alleged that Qadiyanis were behind Dhakka fall and host of other menaces like terrorism and sectarian attacks in the country. Convenor Tehreek Hurmat-e-Rasool (THR), a group of parties from all schools of thought, Maulana Ameer Hamza said Qadiyanis were the biggest enemy of Islam and honor of Prophet (PBUH), and it was the honor of Pakistan that the country exposed them by declaring them non Muslims. He said it was the reason why all enemies of Pakistan were backing Qadiyanis and their ugly conspiracies to disintegrate and destroy Pakistan. Tehreek Namoos-e-Risalat Mahaz (TNRM) in a meeting at Jamia Rasoolia Shirazia paid tributes to ZA Bhutto and called by a benefactor of the Muslim ummah. Briefing the newsmen about the communiqu of the round table conference of 20 Sunni parties held at Jamia Naeemia, the president of Fikr Writers Forum Ziaul Haq Naqshbandi said Qadiyanis had played the leading role in weakening and undermining Pakistan. He said the conference decided to start publishing a research magazine, set up a lawyers committee for Qadiyanis related cases, launch a website for defending the honor of the Holy Prophet (PBUH), issue a white paper of Qadiyanis crimes against Pakistan and is copies would be sent to all Muslim leaderships and ambassadors. World Pasban Khatem-e-Nabuwwat staged rally outside Lahore Press Club led by Pir SAlman Munir and other leaders who raised slogans and made long speeches to commemorate the historic event. Tehreek Fidayan Khatam-e-Nabuat held a demonstration outside Lahore Press Club to mark the event. Wajid Ali Gillani led the demonstration largely attended by people from various walks of life. Holding Qadiyanis responsible for all ills in the society, the speakers vowed to shed last drop of blood for the honour of the Holy prophet (PBUH).