Ten religious parties will protest nationwide on 31 Dec against any possible amendment of the blasphemy law. -AFP File Photo

LAHORE: Ten religious parties will protest nationwide on 31 December against any possible amendment of the blasphemy law.

Speaking at a press conference, Secretary General of Jamaat-e-Islami, Liaquat Baloch, said that a nationwide strike will be observed on 31 December.

Baloch said that a rally and protest will also observed in Karachi on 9th January. He said that a calculated conspiracy is on the way to change the Islamic law in the country.

Secretary information, of Jamiat Ulema Islam (F), Maulana Amjad Khan said that the president and prime minister should take action against Sherry Rehman for the amendment bill against the blasphemy law in the national assembly.

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