LAHORE - The Lahore High Court was informed on Tuesday that Government of Pakistan as per directives of the court is mobilising Islamic countries prior to tabling of a resolution in the United Nations against hosting of blasphemous caricatures contest on American social networking website Facebook. Justice Ijaz Ahmed Chaudhry was hearing petitions of Islamic Lawyers Movement and Azhar Siddique advocate seeking action against Facebook, a social networking website, for holding a competition of blasphemous caricatures of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) despite protests by the Muslims across the world. Deputy attorney general Naveed Inayat Malik submitted a report of the ministry of foreign affairs in the court according to which the ministry is trying to take Muslim countries into confidence about the resolution which may be fruitful in stopping such blasphemous bids in future against Islam and Holy prophet Muhammad (PBUH). On June 2 Justice Ijaz Chaudhry had ordered Foreign Ministry to table resolution in UNOs general assembly on the issue of blasphemous material on Facebook and on Tuesday a reply about the same was submitted to court about the government efforts in compliance of the court orders. The deputy attorney also said that a case/FIR (No 614/10) against owners of Facebook was registered in Civil Lines police station on June 11 for holding a blasphemous cartoons contest Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) on the site but it being a sensitive issue the FIR was sealed. He also produced the police stations three sealed registers relating to the FIR. The report stated that Pakistans Permanent Ambassador at UNO has been asked to raise the matter with the OIC coordinator of human rights so that the matter may be discussed in annual session of OIC. Petitioner Azhar Siddique stated that despite orders of the court the blasphemous material was still available on the website. He also presented the proof of the profane material to the court, which was handed over to PTA officials present in the court for taking action on it. Director PTA Ali Muhammad told the court that PTA has devised a strategy for blocking and controlling blasphemous material on the internet and a committee has been constituted to constantly monitor the internet so that such material in future is not accessible in Pakistan. Petitioner Azhar Siddique implored that he may be allowed to give some proposals to PTA for monitoring and control of internet regarding blasphemous material. On this the judge directed PTA officials to take proposals from the petitioner. The court put off further proceedings on the petitions till July 9. It is pertinent to mention here that on May 19, the court had temporarily banned the social networking website till May 31 across the country on a petition filed by Islamic Lawyers Movement. The court held that if such material again appears on the website or any other site on internet contempt proceedings will be initiated against PTA which had given assurance on behalf of owners of the Facebook that such a thing which hurts sentiments of Muslims will not be repeated in future.