MULTAN - Central leader Nizam-e-Mustufa Party (NMP) Haji Hanif Tayyab urged the masses to forge unity among their ranks to impose Nizam-e-Mustufa (PBUH) in the country.

While addressing workers convention on Sunday, Haji Hanif Tayyab said that it was need of hour to maintain and promote unity among the rank and file as foreign elements were hatching conspiracies against the country. He added that such elements were inimical to Pakistan prosperity and were hell bent on destabilising it through different tactics, adding that the nation must foil all such plots by forging greater unity and harmony.

Haji Hanif strongly condemned profane film and demanded the incumbent government to play its effective role for ensuring legislation to stop anti-religion moves.

He urged the workers to perform their due role in struggle aimed at ensuring imposition of Nizam-e-Mustufa in the country as it was the only solution to the all the prevailing problems.

He clarified that Sunni Ittehad Council's Shura had permitted him and Sahibzada Fazal Karim to make alliance with any political party. He added that the PML-Q contacted Fazal Karim and an alliance was framed after particular conditions given by Sunni Ittehad Council. He further informed that workers conventions would be held in Karachi, Lahore, Sialkot, Chakwal, Faisalabad and other cities to motivate the workers.

Earlier, different resolutions were presented by a worker Advocate Wasim Mumtaz, in which the workers demanded the government to withdraw fixed gas billing imposed on "Madaras".

They also demanded the government to re-construct mausoleum of Hazrat Abul Hasnaat, which was earlier demolished by district administration.

On the occasion, other leaders Mohammad Hanif Babar, Rana Tufail Noon, Mohammad Ayub Buzdar, Ghulam Yaseen Saeedi, Imran Yousuf and large number of workers were also present.

Children's birth registration urged: A seminar was held here in connection with the Universal Birth Registration Day to create awareness among the public to get the date of birth registered to avoid future complications.

Assistant Director Local Government Lahore Abdul Qayyum and Superintendent Darul Amaan Raana Afzal Cheema exhorted the parents not to show slackness in the registration of date of birth of their newly-born children.

They also directed the secretaries of union councils to make this campaign a big success by creating awareness among the people in this respect.