ISLAMABAD - Strongly reacting to the comments of central leader of Jamaat-i-Islami Liaquat Baloch wherein he had attributed some wrong statement to Federal Minister for Railways Haji Ghulam Ahmad Bilour, he said that no saner element could approve the killing of innocent people in Abbottabad. In a statement issued here, Ahmad Bilour regretted that leader of Jamat-I-Islami Liaquat Baloch should have exhibited maturity prior to commenting on someones statement. The minister said he had strongly condemned the killings of innocent people in Abbottabad, who were protesting against renaming of NWFP as Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Awami National Party (ANP) always avoided the politics of violent agitation and it had never used subversive measures to get its demands fulfilled. We are humanity loving people and would never support the killings of innocent people, he asserted. Bilour said ANP launched movements against one-unit and dictatorships but never burnt police stations, vehicles or caused loss to public and private property. He said holding the processions, protests for their demands is right of every citizen in a democratic set up, adding, It does not mean to launch politics of violence for vested interests. The Minister said the ANP gave identity to Pakhtuns by putting their name on the countrys map like Punjabis, Sindhis and Balochis. We did not remove the name of Hazara from the map. It seems that remnants of Musharraf are adding fuel to the issue of renaming NWFP, he added. Bilour said that his party had been respecting the people of Hazara Division and would continue with the same spirit, as they were Muslims and Pakistanis. In 1993, ANP got elected Sabir Shah of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz hailing from Hazara as NWFP chief minister despite the fact that our party had 23 seats in the assembly, while PML-N had only 14 seats, he recalled. He said that the decisions on issues of the national importance are taken up in the Parliament, not on streets by carrying out incidents of violence.