LAKKI MARWAT - Provincial chief of JUI-F Maulana Amanullah Khan has said that promulgation of the Child Protection Order is against the injunctions of Islam and it will spread obscenity and vulgarity in the society. The new law of ban on marriages for under 18 years young boys and girls will be detrimental to the youths as they may indulge in immoral activities, he said on Saturday. Speaking at a turban-fastening ceremony of new graduates in central Eidgah, he said that the JUI would resist the move and would not allow the secular forces to implement the agenda. The clerics and religious leaders will not support the liberalisation and modernization-based policies of the rulers, he maintained, saying the government should abolish policies aiming to appease western countries. He said the seminaries besides producing religious scholars are also the strong fort of religion Islam, calling upon the ulema to project the true image of the religious educational institutions. The infidel forces area, he said, left no stone unturned to mark the seminaries with the label of terrorism. But religious forces and ulema foiled all such attempts, he told. Islam is the religion of peace and it is the prime responsibility of new religious graduates to spare themselves for spreading the teachings of Quran and Sunna, he maintained. Central ameer of JUI Maulana Fazlur Rehmans son Maulana Asad Mehmud, Mufti Abdul Shakoor, Maulana Syed Muhammad Mohsin Shah, Maulana Bashir Ahmad Haqqani and Inayatur Rehman also spoke on the occasion. Several resolutions were unanimously adopted on the occasion wherein the JUI leaders and activists demanded of the local administration to take action against the gambling and narcotics dens and stop prolong electricity load shedding in the district. They also demanded of the provincial government to launch work on the upgradation of city hospital as the Chief Minister Amir Haider Khan Hoti has already accorded approval to the project. It was also demanded on the occasion that the government should take notice of the ghost health facilities and order immediate posting of doctors to provide healthcare facilities to the rural population. In one of the resolutions they demanded implementation of merit policy in the appointments and transfer of teachers in education department and restoration of 20 numbers for Hufaaz-e-Quran. They asked the government to make the newly built district jail functional and launch work on installation of Aba Shaheed feeder in the 132 KV Tajazai grid station without any further delay.