SADIQABAD - The representatives of many religious organisations and political parties held a meeting to devise future strategy and condemn the anti-Islam film produced in the US. The participants unanimously adopted a resolution and decided to go on a shutdown across Sadiqabad on Saturday. On the day, all the educational institutions would remain closed and a main rally would be taken out with the participation of office-bearers and workers of the religious, political, business, lawyers and students' organisations.The rally will start at 8am from the Askari Park Chowk and passing through various city roads will culminate at the Chowk Railway Station. The resolution passed at the meeting demands that the US ambassador in Pakistan should be summoned to apprises him of the Pakistani nation's sentiments in this regard and the filmmakers should be handed over to the Islamic countries. Presided over by Awami Tehreek Chief Syed Mir Fazl Elahi, the meeting was attended by PTI central leader Rafiq Haider Laghari, Anjuman Tajran President Khalid Saleem, Secretary General Ehsanul Haq, Jamaat-e-Islami leader Dr Muhammad Saleem, JUI-F tehsil leader Abdul Samad, Maulana Mushtaq Ahmad, Private Schools Managment Association Secretary General Sabir Malik, Tanzeem Fiqa-e-Jafaria President Syed Riazul Hassan, Rasheed Ahmad, Saeed Ashraf, Sanaullah Farooqi from International Khatm-e-Nubuwwat, Jamaat-ud-Dawa Tehsil President M Sarwar, PML-N leader M Yaseen among others. On the occasion, speakers said that love for the Last and Final Messenger (SAW) is an integral part of a Muslim's Iman or belief thus in order to ensure honour of the Messenger (SAW), the Muslims will not hesitate to render any sacrifice.   They said that the Pakistani government had not protested against the blasphemous movie before the US government, nor it conveyed the nation's sentiments to the latter.  Earlier, the JUI condemned the anti-Islam film "Innocence of Muslims", demanding a strict action against the film-makers and an end to Pakistan's diplomatic relations with the US where the film was made. Addressing a meeting, the JUI Sadiqabad leaders asked the Pakistani government to summon the US ambassador in Pakistan demanding early end to the  series of anti-Islam activities otherwise, the JUI will launch a protest movement. The leaders who addressed the emergency meeting called by the JUI included JUI Sadiqabad Ameer Abdul Samad, Secretary General Saeed Mustafa among others. The meeting was also attended by Ismaeel Farooqi, Zubair Ahmad, Fiaz, Abdul Majeed, M Tahir, M Akram, and Ghulam Haider. They said that the blasphemous film has hurt the Muslims' feelings across the world thus a protest at the government level should be lodged. On the the occasion, it was decided that the JUI would take out a rally from Grain Market to Railway Chowk and then Press Club against the sacrilegious film.