KARACHI - Chairman Sunni Ulema Council, Allama Muhammad Ashraf Gormani, has said that the terrorists who attacked the procession of Eid Milad-un-Nabi are wanted to divide the Muslims and aimed at completing the agenda of the western powers. Addressing the protest demonstration organised by the Sunni Ulema council Karachi outside the Karachi Press Club on Thursday, he said that it was a preplanned conspiracy to create sectarian violence between the different sects of Islam. The protesters were carrying banners and placard inscribed with the slogans against the terrorists, killers of innocent people during the Eid Milad-un-Nabi processions in Faisalabad and Dera Ismail Khan. He alleged that banned outfits were involved in recent attacks on processions. He said that the attack on the procession was the direct attack over the sanctity of the Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH). He said that these attacks had disclosed the enemies of Islam and Sunni Ulema Council had played always a key role for the prosperity and solidarity of the country. They demanded of the government to take notice of the killing of the Sunni leadership in the country. Nobody can stop the Sunnis to hold these religious rallies and processions. Mufti Ghulam Murtaza Mehrvi, Mufti Muhammad Ameen Naqshbandi, Maulana Galib Shah and others also attended the protest. A press conference was also held at the Karachi Press Club by the Jamiat-e-Ulema-e-Pakistan Karachi in this connection and the leaders including Mufti Muhammad Ghaus Sabri, Haleem Khan Ghauri, Muhammad Mustaqeem Noorani also announced the Nizam-e-Mustafa conference which according to them would be held on March 6.