He said that they would hold an all party meeting to decide on the finer details of the march on July 7. The The Difa-e-Pakistan Council will also observe July 6 as a black day.
Issuing a call for all religious and political parties of country to join their march, the JUI-S chief said that a committee is being formed within the DPC which will speak to leaders of opposition parties including the Jamiat-Ulema-Islam-Fazal group and the Pakistan Muslim League-N.
In response to a question, Molana Sami said that the resumption of the supply line was un-Islamic since the materials being transported through it were being used to kill Muslims. Additionally, he said that resumption was against the sentiments of the Pakistani public and parliamentary recommendations.
He called on the government to resign immediately for this unacceptable act since the resumption did not reflect a democratic decision of democratically elected government.
Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed, General (retired) Hameed Gul were also present at the press conference.
Meanwhile, Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) chief Syed Munawar Hassan also strongly condemned the restoration of Nato supplies and said that the government had strengthened the enemies of Islam and Pakistan, the nation would have to rise for its independence and for the protection of its nuclear weapons.