LAHORE Sunni Ittehad Council Pakistan (SICP) has warned the government of launching a countrywide protest and rallies if their 23-point charter of demands will not be accepted. Speaking at a press conference at the Lahore Press Club on Friday, Chairman SICP Sahibzada Mohammad Fazale Kareem said the government was arresting 'Sunni in Sindh and Punjab without any evidence. It was regrettable that the government was dubbing the peace lovers as terrorists instead of distinguishing between them, he said. He also noted with pain that the Punjab government was not giving the announced compensation amount to the families of the victims in Data Dabar incident. Fazale Kareem demanded of the government to establish a judicial commission for probe into the incidents of Mananwan, Jinnah Hospital and Data Darbar. He also demanded a uniformed education system in the country to eliminate the class differences. Chairman SICP disapproved appointment of JUI-(F)s Muhammad Khan Sheerani as chairman Islamic Ideological Council while doubting his credentials. He announced to observe August 8 as a day to mark solidarity with the victims of Data Darbar incident. extension a timely decision: Kaira Punjab Minister for Finance and P&D, Tanvir Ashraf Kaira has said that extension in the tenure of Chief of Army Staff, General Ashfaq Parvaiz Kayani is the timely decision by the government and whole nation admires the services rendered by COAS in war against terrorism. In a statement issued here on Friday, the minister said that Pakistani Army had achieved great successes against terrorists in Swat, Malakand and South Waziristan under the dynamic leadership of General Kayani and continuity of policy in war against terrorism was the need of hour. He said that Kayani was the best professional soldier and nation would get rid of the menace of terrorism soon.