LAHORE - Ameer Jamaat-e-Islami Syed Munawar Hassan has condemned the statements from the Punjab Governor Salmaan and some NGOs regarding demand of repealing section 295 C of Pakistan Penal Code (PPC) and alleged them of committing blasphemy. In a statement issued on Thursday, he said love of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) was the part of a Muslims faith and no faithful could tolerate profanity. Munawar was blasting the Punjab Governors statement in which he said that Islam preached peace and a law discriminating against the minorities should be repealed. He alleged that a conspiracy was going on to undo the blasphemy law under the cover of the Gojra and Sambrial incidents. He said the protection of the minorities was the responsibility of the state but the minorities were also required to respect the religious rites of the Muslims and not to the hurt their sentiments. He said some unpleasant incidents had taken place lately because of the negligence of the government and the administration, adding it was the responsibility of the government to prevent such incidents, which would be possible only by taking action against those involved in blasphemy. Commenting on the US ambassadors statement that her country had already provided $ 3 billion to Pakistan and the Finance Ministers assertion that it was only $ 970 million, he said it raised the question as to who had received the remaining $ 2.30 billion. He said during the rule of the present government the country had also received billions from the IMF yet poverty and price hike were on the rise. The government, he said, was constantly raising the prices of POL, gas and electricity but nobody knew where all the money was going.