QUETTA - Religious leaders belonging to different Shia and Sunni sects have agreed that there was no sectarian difference between any Muslim sects and the recent wave of sectarian violence was aimed at pitching Muslims against each other.They said that provincial government has completely failed to improve law and order and demanded Chief Minister Balochistan and his Cabinet to tender their resignations.Jamaat Islami’s provincial Ameer Abdul Matin Akhundzada, Hashim Musavi of Wahdat-banul-Muslimeen, Maulana Abdul Qayyum of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (S), Maulana Muhammad Al-Hassan of JUI (Ideological) and others expressed these views while addressing a joint Press conference here on Thursday. They said that a meeting of religious and political parties was held under auspices of JI so that steps could be taken for the promotion of unity and harmony amongst the Muslims.They informed that the meeting was attended by leaders hailing from different sects of Shia and Sunni leaders and they agreed that there was no rift between them, however, through a conspiracy some forces wanted to pitch Muslims against each other. They strongly condemned the incidents of targeted killing of religious scholars and Shias, kidnapping for ransom and stressed upon the need of unity and brotherhood amongst Muslims.They criticised government for its inability to deal with law and order, saying despite presence of law-enforcement agencies the culprits commit crime and escape.They said that Chief Minister Balochistan and his Cabinet should tender their resignation by accepting their failure.Rejecting imposition of Governor’s rule and calling Army to maintain peace, they demanded for fresh elections in Balochistan and unmasking of elements involved in sectarian killings.