MULTAN - The protests against blasphemous film continued here on Tuesday with activists of different students organizations, political and religious parties, trader bodies and students of colleges and universities held separate demonstrations and rallies, strongly condemning the Satanic act of Americans. The members of Anjuman Tajiran Multan Cantonment held a demonstration in Cantt. Area and observed a one-hour symbolic strike. Similarly, the students of Bahauddin Zakariya University staged a rally and demonstration outside Mass Communication Department while Mustafwi Students Organization held a march between Nishtar Medical College and Chowk Kachehri Multan. The students a big seminary Jamia Umar Farooq also held a big protest at Chowk Umar Farooq in Shah Rukan-e-Alam area.The participants of all protest demonstrations condemned the film and shouted slogans against USA. They also burnt American and Israeli flags as well as effigies of all those involved in the making of the blasphemous film. They demanded the government to cut off all diplomatic ties with the USA and expel its envoy from Pakistan.

TOBA TEK SINGH, all political parties and religious organisation took out a big rally which was also participated by students of colleges and schools to condemn the shameful anti-Islam movie. The rally started from Sarhand Colony and was also participated by MNA Junaid Anwaar, ex-MNA Ch M Ashfaq, PTI leader Ghiasuddin Janbaz, Maulana Abdullah Ludhianvi, Maulana Munem Siddiqi, Maulana Mujeebur Rehman, Maulana Ismail, Maulana Shamsuz Zaman Qadri, Christian leader Ashfaq Fateh and PPP leader Amer Jabbar.BAHAWALPUR, protests against the anti-Islam movie continued here as a large number of faithful took to street to condemn the sacrilegious act which they termed had jeopardised the world peace. The students of Islamia University Bahawalpur and other colleges observed a complete strike and boycotted the classes to mark protest against the US-back blasphemous attempt with the connivance of Jewish lobby.Meanwhile, Govt Postgraduate College Principal Prof Ashraf Kasmal while speaking at a protest meeting of the college staff and students remarked that Islam was the religion of peace, harmony and tolerance and guarantee protection of the non-Muslims and their rights.