KARACHI - The religious scholars belonging to the Sunni, Shia, and other schools of thoughts on Wednesday vowed that they would ready to sacrifice every thing for stability of the country. Addressing of a conference titled "Religious Harmony and Peace" held under the aegis of Jamaat-e-Islami, they appealed to the people of all religious sects to forge unity for the stability of country in the wake of continuous Indian threats after the Mumbai incident. They said it was the responsibility of the government to maintain religious harmony in the country and leave no stone unturned to improve the law and order situation. Jamaat-e-Islami Naib Ameer Prof. Ghafoor Ahmed, Maulana Nazir Abbas of ITP, Siddique Rathor of JUP, Mufit Usman Yar Khan of JUI-S, S M Haider of Pasban-e-Aza, Maulana Abdul Rauf and Qari Zamer Mansoori of Jamiat Ittehad-ul-Ulema, Maulana Fakhar-uz-zaman of Majlis-e-Tahafuze Khatma Nabuvat, Maulana Arshad Zahid and Hafiz Mohammad Salfi of Markazi Jamiat-e-AhleHadis, Maulana Mirza Yousaf Hussain and others were addressed the conference held at JI Karachi office, Idara-e-Noor-e-Haq. Prof. Ghafoor Ahmed said that masses across the country were united and would maintain religious harmony during the holy month of Muharramul Hrram. He said that both the Sunni and Shia scholars had played historical role in the induction of Islamic clauses in the Constitution of Pakistan. Maulana Nazir Abbas claimed that the MMA had rooted out sectarian extremism and violence from the country through forging unity among all religious schools of thought. He said the government was responsible for maintaining law and order situation in the country during the holy month of Muharram and demanded of the rulers to lift ban on pillion riding in Karachi. Mufti Usman Yar Khan said that it was the responsibility of every citizen help in maintaining peace during Muharram-ul-Harram.