LAHORE Giving deadline of August 14 to the rulers to resolve problems of the masses, Sunni Ittehad Council has announced to launch train march from Karachi to Islamabad besides holding conventions of candidates for national and provincial assembly seats, farmers, women, labourers, doctors, lawyers, teachers and students after the cut-off date. SIC, the alliance of over a couple of dozens parties from Ahle Sunnah school of thought, also issued decree claimed to be obtained from 1,000 prominent scholars from over 55 countries against suicide attacks. Announcing to field own candidates in the coming general elections, the SIC vowed to continue struggle for making Pakistan a real Islamic state and fight terrorism and extremism. Addressing Istehqam-e-Pakistan Sunni Conference at Minar-e-Pakistan ground on Sunday evening, Chairman SIC MNA Sahibzada Fazal Karim said that the alliance would launch decisive movement after August 14 if the rulers failed to change their attitude. Making public election manifesto of the alliance, he said that the SIC would enforce Sharia, make sincere efforts to resolve Kashmir issue, protect rights of women and minorities, curb terrorism and dynasty politics, auction properties of those who got their bank loans written-off, distribute state land among the landless, end deprivations of people of Balochistan, promote politics of dialogue instead of arms and ensure economic and social justice to all segments of the society. The participants, not more than a few thousands, picketed the Circular Road outside the venue as police closed its entrances forcing the organisers to shift their event to nearby Ateeq Stadium. After successful negotiations between the government and the SIC leadership, people entered the venue in the afternoon. The participants were carrying green flags and placards and banners inscribed with writings against suicide attacks and in favour of Ahle Sunnah leaders. Highly charged participants continuously raised slogans against the US and extremists and in favour of Ahle Sunnah leaders and Mumtaz Qadri. Fazal Karim said that the stooges of the US were not sincere with the country and the masses and it was time to bring a real change. Secretary General SIC Haji Hanif Tayyab said that ulema amd mashaikh played a vital role in the independence movement and now they have come out again to take the country out of the prevailing crises. He said that the SIC would end VIP culture and implement uniform education system for the rich and the poor. Syed Riaz Hussain stressed upon the need of promoting nationalism to curb the menace of differences on the basis of language and provinces. Sarwat Ijaz Qadri said that those attacking the Sufi shrines were agents of the US and enemies of the country. He said that if the government could not protect shrines, it should handover the premises to Ahle Sunnah people. Pir Afzal Qadri said that the Islamic countries threat of ending fuel supply to the US and the western countries would immediately put to an end to the incidents of blasphemy and desecration of the Holy Quran. Mazhar Saeed Kazmi stressed upon the Islamic countries to come out of the US slavery and constitute Muslim bloc. Raghib Naeemi said that the US policies were promoting religious extremism and terrorism in the world. More than a dozen resolutions were also adopted at the conference. These included that of calling for foolproof security for Sufi shrines, stopping banned organisations from working under new names, improving prosecution for punishing terrorists, seeking a worthwhile share for scholars of Barelvi school of thought as prayer leaders in mosques throughout the country, seeking release of Salman Taseers killer Mumtaz Qadri and supporting ongoing military operations in tribal areas against Taliban.