LAHORE - PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif has said that martyrdom of Dr Sarfaraz Naeemi is a part of the conspiracy of dismembering Pakistan and he was killed by the terrorists for not compromising on the principles. He expressed these views while addressing the participants at Jamia Naeemia after attending the Qul ceremony of Dr Sarfraz Naeemi. He also offered requiem at the grave of Dr Naeemi. Later, he condoled with Jamia Naeemia chief administrator Raghib Naeemi over the martyrdom of known religious scholar. Qul ceremony of Dr Sarfraz Naeemi was held at Jamia Naeemia, Garhi Shahu on Sunday morning. A large number of people from all walks of life attended the ceremony. Prominent among those were Federal Minister for Religious Affairs Allama Hamid Saeed Kazmi, former federal minister Haji Mohammad Hanif Tayyab, MNAs Sahibzada Fazle Karim, Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, Khawaja Saad Rafique, member Islamic Ideology Council Rafique Hazarvi, Chairman Ruet-i-Hilal Committee, Prof Qari Munibur Rehman and thousands of others from across the country. Special security arrangements had made been made at the ceremony. Quran khawni was held and the participants showered rose petals at the grave of Dr Sarfraz Naeemi. The students of Jamia later staged a protest demonstration to condemn the suicide attack on Dr Naeemi. Talking to mediamen on the occasion, he said that terrorism was spreading its tentacles to destabilize the country. He underlined the need for discouraging the trend to get accepted the demands at gunpoint. He was of the opinion that using force to get ones purpose served would never help resolve the matter. It is out of question that we would surrender before terrorists, saying no compromise could be done at the cost of integrity and survival of the country, he added. Paying rich tributes to Dr Sarfaraz Naeemi in recognition of his services, Nawaz Sharif called his martyrdom as catastrophic tragedy for the country. He said vacuum created by his death would never be filled ever. He claimed, Our forces are not so trained to combat against the terrorists. He said CM Punjab Shahbaz Sharif had been negotiating with federal government to form special force to check terrorism in the Punjab. He said eradication of terrorism was dire need of hour to salvage the country from destruction. He held that it is not the time to say we are PML-N and PPP. We all are Pakistanis and getting united we could crush terrorism. On a query, he said that this was the matter of federal government to let the people know that when the SWAT operation would end. About drone attacks, he said that PML-N had clear-cut policy to oppose the drone attacks. It may be recalled that when PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif visited the Jamia, he was received by chief administrator Raghib Naeemi and other leaders. He passed some time with them and paid rich tributes to martyred Dr Sarfraz Naeemi. Maulana Hafiz Raghib Naeemi, the son of Allama Naeemi was decorated with turban by eminent ulema as the next custodian and administrator of Jamia Naeemia. Speaking on the occasion, he said the mission of Maulana Shaheed will continue. He supported the ongoing military operation in Swat. He said the solidarity of Pakistan is linked with the complete elimination of terrorism in any form from the country. Maulana Raghib appealed to the madarassas to hoist national flags on their buildings to show solidarity with Pakistan Army. He said, We wanted to tell the world that we are with Pakistan Army in its war against terror. Federal Minister for Religious Affairs Allama Hamid Saeed Kazmi said that the suicide attack on Dr Sarfraz Naeemi was an attempt to spread sectarian fire in the country under a deep-rooted conspiracy, which should be repulsed by unity between believers of various sects. Mufti Munibur Rehman said that Sarfraz Naeemi chairs should be set up at Punjab University and Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad Sahibzada Fazle Karim urged to rename Nasir Bagh after Dr Sarfraz Naeemi. He also termed him as Shaheed-e-Pakistan. He supported the military operation in Swat. It was announced to hold the chehlum of Dr Sarfraz Naeemi on July 19 at the Jamia.