LAHORE - Bishop of Lahore Dr Alexander John Malik has demanded of the government to appoint a judge of the Lahore High Court for judicial inquiry into Gojra violence. Addressing a Press conference at Press Club on Sunday, he strongly condemned the Gojra incident, which resulted riots erupted in the city and claimed at least 7 lives. He said the authorities should take strict action against all the persons involved in this incident and award them deterrent punishment. He also demanded of the government to constitute a separate police force comprising Christian community for the protection of worship places and property of the Christian community. He said the non-state actors wanted to violate peace of the country otherwise according to the Islam the Christian were 'Ahl-e-Kitab then how could they indulge them in such heinous crime of Blasphemy. He also asked the government to amend or repeal the blasphemy law (295 C) to restore trust of the minorities. We would continue to hold peaceful protests in all the big cities of the country till the arrest of culprits, he added. Earlier, the Christian as well as the civil society staged protest demonstration in front of the Press Club holding banners inscribed with slogans condemning the incident. The speakers from various walks of life demanded of the government to investigate the victims of Gojras incident in a neutral fashion, and compensate those families who lost their lives and property.