MINGORA Maulana Sufi Muhammad, chief Tehreek-e-Nifaz-e-Shariat-e-Muhammadi (TNSM), has warned that if Islamic judicial system was not implemented by April 23 in Malakand Division, the government would be responsible for the consequences. He said this on Sunday while addressing a large number of people at Grassy Ground, Mingora. The government must establish Dar-ul-Quza at Malakand Division by April 23, otherwise I will not be responsible for the consequences, Sufi warned. Urging the government to set up Dar-ul-Quza by April 23, Maulana Sufi Muhammad also asked the government to wind up civil courts in the area and establish Qazi courts all over Malakand region and Kohistan within one month. He also threatened the government that if Dar-ul-Quza was not established by April 23 and Qazi courts were not set up within one month, the government would be responsible for the law and order situation. Commenting on the system of democracy, he said, Democracy is system of 'the infidels and against the spirit of Islam. He said that this system has only divided the nation and the Ulema. He also said that those Ulema who had remained part of the Western democracy couldnt go along with us. He also reminded that he had refused to sign the documents in Swat, which wanted him to recognise the western democracy. It is most important top mention here that Sufi Muhammad while announcing to hold the jubilation rally during a press conference at Aman Dara Batkhela a couple of days ago had pledged that he would ask the Taliban militants to lay down arms. But during Sundays rally he said nothing in this respect. He consumed all the time in criticising the government to intensify pressure for his demands. Moreover, no one from Taliban militants, headed by Maulana Fazalullah participated in the rally. Around 300 TNSM activists performed the security duties in the rally. Sufi also expressed his satisfaction over the role of the NWFP government in enforcement of the Nizam-e-Adl Regulation. The Pukhtoonkhwa government demonstrated courage and boldness and I appreciated them for that, he added. A large number of people from Swat, Malakand, Buner, Shangla and Dir regions attended the rally. Maulana Sufi Muhammad himself led a procession of people from Bajaur, Dir and Timergara to Mingora. The black-turbaned TNSM activists chanted slogans in favour of the Islamic Shariah. Safi Ullah, Sheikh Wali Ullah Kabalgrami, Maulana Salar Khan, Maulana Sami Ullah, Maulana Abdul Haq, Bacha Zeb and Maulana Fayaz also addressed the rally. Agencies add: TNSM chief Maulana Sufi Muhammad said existing judicial system of Pakistan was un-Islamic and vowed to impose Sharia all across the country. Sufi, head of Tehrik-e-Nifaz-e-Shariat Muhammadi, termed judges, lawyers and pro-democracy clerics of Pakistan 'rebels. Opposition to enforcement of (the law as per) the Holy Quran is infidelity, Sufi said while addressing a huge gathering in Mingora. The judicial system of Pakistan, he said, is un-Islamic and the judgments of Sharia courts could not be challenged in these courts. High courts and the Supreme Court were 'ghair sharaiee (un-Islamic) institutions and going for appeal in 'ghair sharaiee institutions was 'haram (prohibited as per Islamic code). Sufi also criticized the rulers saying 'they were appeasing the West by thrusting the Nizam of Kufr (rule of infidelity). He said that he wanted peace and affection among the Muslims and 'wish to set up an environment of brotherhood. But the Muslims were divided in different parties, we direly need unity at this time, Sufi said and added There is no room for democracy in Islam and it contravenes the Quran. Sufi said many years of struggle for implementing Shariah or Islamic law in Malakand Division, which includes Swat, were now bearing results. He claimed all un-Islamic laws will soon be abolished in Malakand. The cleric said no appeal could be made against a decision by a Qazi court in civil courts. Such decision could be appealed only in Darul Qaza, or superior courts in the Shariah system, he added.