LAHORE Leadership of mainstream political and religious parties on Saturday vowed to continue efforts for protecting Blasphemy Law, saying that the rulers would not be allowed to play with public sentiments on external pressure. Tahaffuz-e-Namoos-e-Rasalat Mahaz has decided to hold conference of its constituent parties leadership in Peshawar on February 19, followed by a rally on February 20. TNRM also decided to focus on Namoos-e-Rasalat in Juma sermons till February 20. The decisions were made at a meeting of constituent parties of TNRM, chaired by Ameer Jamaat-e-Islami Syed Munawar Hasan at Mansoora on Saturday. Leaders of various political and religious parties expressed hope that millions of Muslims would participate in Tuhaffaz-e-Namoos-e-Rasalat rally in the City on Sunday (today) to convey a strong message to the rulers and world community. Besides Syed Munawar Hasan, Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman, President PML-Q Ch Shujaat Hussain, President JUP and convener TNRM Sahibzada Abual Khair Zubair, President Jamat Ahle Hadith Prof Sajid Mir, Ameer Jamaat-ud-Dawa Hafiz Muhammad Saeed, General Secretary Wafaq-ul-Madaras Qari Hanif Jalandhari, JUI-S chief Mufti Abdul Raheem, Tanzeem-e-Islami chief Aakif Saeed, Chairman PML-Zia Ejazul Haq, PML-N leader Kh Saad Rafiq, Ibtesam Elahi Zaheer, Liaquat Baloch, Dr Waseem Akhtar, Ijaz Ch, Qari Zawar Bahadur, Pir Ijaz Hashmi, Agha Murtaza Paya, Rasakh Elahi, Hafiz Hussain Ahmed, Maulana Amjad Khan, Sirajul Haq, Aslam Saleemi and leaders from various political and religious parties addressed the conference. Syed Munawar Hasan said that the movement for protecting Namoos-e-Rasalat and taking country out of the US slavery would be further strengthened and taken to logical end. 'Those expecting end of the movement in near future are living in fools paradise. TNRM is holding successful rallies and seminars across the country. Successful shutter down strike and participation of millions of people in the Karachi rally speaks volume about the success of the movement. Millions of people will also participate in the Lahore rally on Sunday (today) and convey a strong message, Munawar Hasan said, adding, the Muslim world was facing wave of revolution and Pakistan could not be kept away from it for a longer period. 'Unemployment, lawlessness, target killing, price-hike and kidnapping for ransom has made the life of common man miserable. These issues of public interest will also be included in the agenda of movement, he added. He urged the Prime Minister to announce on the floor of the National Assembly that no amendment would be made in the Blasphemy Law, dissolve committee headed by Shahbaz Bhatti and withdraw bill presented by MNA Sherry Rehman. He urged the government to take notice of Popes statements and categorically reject European Parliament demands. Maulana Fazlur Rehman said that the US was working on the agenda of damaging Islamic values and culture. Terming the US war on terror aggression against Islam and Muslims, he said that it was a pity that the rulers and the so called secular forces were allies of the superpower. He said that the Western powers were indulging in blasphemy and attacking madaris. He said that the so called secular people reached Parliament with the backing of political parties and resorted to law making of their choices. He said that the Muslims were united to fail their nefarious designs against Blasphemy Law. He urged the religious parties to make concerted and serious efforts for protecting Blasphemy Law. He said that the US court convicted an innocent Pakistani lady Aafia Siddiqui while the rulers were hatching conspiracies to set killer of innocent youth free. Ch Shujaat Hussain said that TNRM movement has foiled nefarious designs of secular forces against the Blasphemy Law. He suggested formation of a committee to hold meetings with the rulers on the issue of Blasphemy Law. The rulers, he said, if refused to meet the committee then 'we will be free to take decisions at our own. Sahibzada Abual Khair Zubair said that rulers were not fulfilling demands and trying to keep people away from the movement by creating confusion. He urged the political parties having representation in the Parliament to take up the issue at the highest platform. He urged the leadership of religious parties to call on Mumtaz Qadri and constitute a committee of lawyers for providing legal assistance. Sajid Mir said that the nation has recorded a strong protest against attacks on Blasphemy Law. Stressing upon continuing the TNRM movement, he said that stopping the movement would damage Islamic values and culture. He said that the treatment meted out to Mumtaz Qadri should also be given to the US killer of innocent citizens. Hafiz Muhammad Saeed said that that the electronic media created confusion about Islamic laws by dividing the nation into religious and secular communities. He said that the media was portraying secular people as educated and peace loving and religious people as 'extremists and terrorists. Allama Sajid Naqvi said that the government was not taking clear stance on Blasphemy Law only due to the US pressure. He stressed upon continuing the struggle to protect Blasphemy Law. Ejazul Haq said that those taking about releasing blasphemy convict Aasia Bibi were completely ignoring the plight of innocent Aafia Siddiqui. He said that a long march should be launched after giving a deadline to the government. Kh Saad Rafiq said that the PML-N has clear stance on Blasphemy Law. 'Blasphemy Law should not be amended. Efforts should also be made to stop wrong use of Blasphemy Law, he said.