He came up with the call at a rally held on the premises of Andarkillah Shahi Jame Masjid in the port city on Friday.
Hefazat organised the rally to protest against terrorism, militancy, forced disappearance and demanding to introduce Islamic lessons in every stage of education.
“Islam is the religion of peace and there is no place of terrorism and extremism in Islam while an international quarter was hatching conspiracy against Bangladesh, Islam and Muslim community through creating panic and terrorism”, said the Hefazat leader while addressing the rally as the chief guest.
Threatening the government with dire consequence for controlling Jumma Khutba (Friday sermons), Junaied Babunagari said the mosque is the house of Allah and the Imams offer the sermons as per the Qur'an and the Hadiths.
Protesting the countrywide targeted killings, terrorist attacks, political clashes and forced disappearance, he said the ruling party should stop threatening and mudslinging different opinions.
He also added there was no alternative to form a national unity to eradicate the militancy and terrorism from the country.
The senior Hefazat leader also demanded amendment to the National Education Policy immediately.
Presided over by Hefazat’s Joint Secretary Maulana Mainuddin Ruhi, the rally was also addressed by Maulana Azizul Haque Islamabai, Maulana Sorowar Kamal Azizi and Maulana Abu Taher Arbi.
After the rally, a procession was brought out from the mosque premises that ended in front of the Chittagong Press Club parading different streets.