ISLAMABAD: Punjab Government spokesman Syed Zaeem Hussain Qadri Tuesday said cases had been registered against violent protesters, who had gone on the rampage after attacks on churches in Lahore.
Talking to a private television channel, he said the process to arrest those protestors had started and action would be taken against them as per law.
Zaeem said the religious leaders of Christian community, who reached the spot after 30 minutes, helped cool down the sentiments of protestors.
He said terrorism was an international issue and the entire nation was united to root out the menace from the country. Not only churches were attacked, but the worship places of Muslims, including mosques and Imambargahs, were targeted by the terrorists also. Even schools were not being spared by the terrorists, he added.
The spokesman said protest was the right of everyone but lives and properties of masses must not be harmed during the protest.
He appreciated the achievements of Pakistan Army in the operation Zarb-e-Azb, saying that the operation would continue till elimination of last terrorist from the country.