LAHORE - Jamat-e-Islami Ameer Qazi Hussain Ahmed has said that military intervention in the wake of long march and subsequent sit-in would not be accepted. He was addressing a press conference here at Mansoora on Wednesday. Qazi Hussain Ahmed, who has just returned from China after a week-long visit of the country on the invitation of the Communist Party of China, demanded the organisers of long march to make it known to all that the objective of their struggle was provision of justice to all which meant withdrawal of Musharraf's unconstitutional action. Holding military responsible for action against judiciary, he said that army would not be allowed to take advantage of the situation the lawyers' sit-in could create in the political arena. He asked the legal fraternity to make a pledge to the effect. "The sit-in is being staged against Nov 3 martial law. Musharraf could not have demolished the judiciary without active support of the armed forces," Qazi said. Supporting Swat peace deal, he questioned the concerns shown by the US and Nato officials about the solution reached through dialogue. "If government's writ can be established through peaceful talks, then why there is insistence on taking the violent route for the purpose", he stated. To a question about the Senate polls, he welcomed unopposed election of senators in Sindh and Punjab provinces, saying it would help putting an end to horse-trading and would improve grip of political parties over their MPs. Talking about his China visit, he said that it might raise several questions, as JI was poles apart from the ideology of Communist Party of China. He said the Communist Party of China had invited the JI team for the first time in its history. He said the visit was aimed at removing reservations of the government and people of China that Islamic movements were in anyway involved in the separatist movement in the friendly state. "We believe in one China," the hosts were told, he said, adding they were also assured that Islamists greatly valued Chinese cooperation on diplomatic, defence and political fronts and supporting Islamabad's stance on Kashmir.