ISLAMABAD " The National Assembly on Thursday unanimously passed a resolution for strongly condemning the publication of blasphemous caricatures of Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and his companions (Sahaba) in an Indian newspaper. In another resolution, the House demanded of the United States for immediate repatriation of Pakistani national Dr Aafia Siddiqui. The Assembly demanded of the government to lodge a strong protest with the Indian government and summon Indian High Commissioner to register a strong protest. The House deeply concerned over the arrest and detention of Dr Aafia and demanded to US government and to urgently provide necessary medical assistance to her if required. Law Minister Farooq H. Naek moved the resolution about the blasphemous caricature and demanded of the Indian government to take strict action against the newspaper to prevent publication of such material in future. The resolution on Dr Aafia, moved by Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, expressed concern at her detention and called upon the government to take up the matter with the US authorities. It called for full respect to Dr Aafia's religious belief and immediate information on the whereabouts of her children and their immediate custody to the members of the family or Pakistani authorities. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Syed Yousaf Raza Gilani has said that all political parties and the Parliament should support the government for making policy to curb terrorism and maintain law and order in the country. Prime Minster said this while speaking on the floor of the Lower House on law and order situation here on Thursday. "Terrorism is not the issue of Pakistan People's Party (PPP), rather it is the issue of all political parties, including that of the opposition, and we should join hands to get rid of the menace of terrorism," he urged. "The army can brief in camera to all political parties about the strategy of terrorism adopted by the government. We have to find solution for eliminating it," he said. "We have adopted three-pronged strategy to resolve the menace of terrorism. Firstly, we will start political dialogues with the people of tribal areas. Secondly, we will begin dialogues with those people who will disarm themselves and thirdly we will provide education, healthcare facilities and jobs to the people of the area. In this regard, we will take on board all tribal chiefs of the area to isolate the militants," he told the parliament. "We will implement the writ of the government and will take action who would challenge it. The responsibility of the government is to protect the lives and property of the people," he said. Law Minister Minster Farooq H Naik presented a motion to debate on law and order situation in the country, which was adopted unanimously by the House. While participating in the debate on law and order, Advisor to the Prime Minister on Interior, Rehman Malik said, "the government has two options. One is to hand over the country to the militants and the other is to take action against them". Obviously, the country could not be handed over to militants, he said. So government is taking targeted action against terrorists in tribal areas. He said that as many as 24,8000 people have been displaced from Bajor Agency so far. He also said that the under direction of the Prime Minister, government is providing basic facilities, including food, medicines and tents, to the affected people. He said that three NGOs are also providing facilities to those people. Jamiat Ulem-i-Islam (JUI-F) Chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman expressed great concern over the law and order situation in the country. He said that the government should change its policy regarding war on terror and bring the issue to the Parliament for debate and government should make foreign policy in the light of parliament's decisions. After the consensus of the House, Speaker's Relief Fund was established for the help of the affected people.