PESHAWAR: The protests against the blasphemous movie continued on Monday as rallies were held and processions taken out to condemn the sponsors and makers of the film.
MINGORA: Jamaat-e-Islami deputy chief Sirajul Haq asked the government to sever diplomatic relations with the US over the blasphemous movie.
Addressing a public gathering in Madyan in Swat, the JI leader said the international community must take note of the sacrilegious material to avoid a clash between the civilizations.The elements supporting and promoting such provocative materials are jeopardising the peace of the world, he said.
KOHAT: The students of various educational institutions in Kohat district took out protest rallies against the provocative film.The protesting students blocked all roads in the city for traffic and chanted slogans against the filmmakers and the US. They marched through different bazaars and set ablaze the US flag.
LAKKI MARWAT: The students of the Government Postgraduate College, Lakki Marwat and Tajori staged rallies against the sacrilegious movie. Led by president of students federation Raheel Khan, the students blocked the Bannu-Mianwali Road for traffic for an hour.
Speaking on the occasion, Imran, Salman, Hammad, Farid, Arif and Hafeez-ur-Rehman demanded the government to make efforts to secure release of Dr Aafia Siddiqui from the US.
BANNU: The Students of Government College of Technology, Bannu held protest against the provocative film and blocked the Peshawar-Bannu road for traffic.
Led by president of the Banochi Students Federation, Abdur Rehman Qureshi and vice president Hafizullah, the protesters chanted slogans against the US.
NOWSHERA: All Government Employers Coordination Council and All Class-IV Association held a demonstartion against the blasphemous film and blocked the Grand Trunk Road for traffic at Shobra Chowk.
The protesters, led by Fazal Ghaffar Bacha and Zahid Khan, chanted slogans against the US. They marched from Government High School No 1 Nowshera Cantonment to GT Road and staged demonstration at Shobra Chowk.
GHALLANAI: Religious scholars and people from all walks of life Monday staged protest rally against the anti-Islam movie. Led by Senator Hilal Rehman, the protesters were carrying banners and placards and chanting slogans against the producer of the blasphemous film.