OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE TheNation Editor-in-Chief and Nazria Pakistan Trust Chairman Majid Nizami has said that Pakistan should warn the US to stop drone attacks, and if the attacks continue they must be shot down. Addressing the NPTs General Council 4th annual meeting at Aiwan-e-Karkunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan here on Saturday, he said, As many as 1.6 million students were informed about the thoughts of Quaid-e-Azam and Allama Iqbal in 2010. This is not the effort of an individual but the collective struggle and everyone here is worth to be congratulated upon the Trusts performance. NPT senior vice-chairperson Begum Majeeda Wyne, NPT Vice-chairman Prof Dr Rafique Ahmad, Chairman Pakistan Movement Workers Trust Colonel (r) Jamshed Ahmad Tareen, Dr Nazeer Qaiser, JA Zaman, Senator Naeem Hussain, Mian Faroq Altaf, Waleed Iqbal Advocate, Begum Mehnaz Rafi, Ghulam Dastgeer Khan, Ahmad Ali Kasuri, Dr MA Soofi, Zafarullah Khan, Hamid Sarfraz, Khurished Ahmad, Dr Saeed Ahmad, Brigadier (r) Zafar Iqbal, Prof Abdul Qayoum, Ch Mushtaq Ahmad, Colonel (r) Ikram Ullah, Maj-Gen (r) Rahit Latif, Dr Parveen Khan, Syed Kaleem Ahmad, Syed Naseeb Ullah, Prof Atta-ur-Rehman, Shahid Rasheed and Rafaqat Riaz attended the session. Nizami said the youth was the future of the country and they must be informed about the Two-nation theory. He told the participants that 7,300 teachers attended the ideological training workshops last year. He demanded of the Punjab CM to include the Two-nation theory into curriculum at every level, adding, not only Punjab but all the provincial governments and federal government should do the same. Punjab CM had promised for including the Two-nation theory into curriculum and we were hopeful about the fulfilment of the promise. In 2010, Ideological Summer School was attended by 260 students, similarly, 25,600 people got benefit from the library of the Trust, he informed. He expressed concern over the prevailing situation confronting the country badly. The US has clarified that drone attacks would not be stopped into the Pakistani territory, he said, adding 'we must think about the situation seriously and should warn the US to stop drone attacks otherwise we must shoot them. Musharraf had surrendered on one phone call of Powel, I wish Zardari, Gillani and Kayani not to surrender before America, India and Israel, he said. He reiterated the Quaid saying that Kashmir was our jugular vein and 'we must free our jugular vein from the Hindus, he stressed. Dr Rafique Ahmad informed the participants of the meeting about the annual performance of the Trust. He told that in 2010, the NPT had hosted 30 special sittings, six intellectual sittings, 11 lectures, two national conferences while 20 conferences held in memory of various renowned personalities, he added. In 15 ideological training workshops were attended by 2250 teachers across the province, similarly, the NPT had organised 32 workshops for 4,800 school teachers in last year, he told. As many as 260 students from 100 educational institutions attended the Summer School. He said that 1,75,302 students from 255 educational institutions had visited Aiwan in a year on Aghi Programme. On the other side, mobile units had visited 1177 schools and informed 1424698 students about Pakistan Movement, he added. 25600 people had benefited from the Trusts library, while 4427720 people visited the NPT website in a year, he informed them. Besides, the Trust hosted national days ceremonies, debate and quiz competitions among the students, internship programs and other sessions. Various national and foreign delegation visited Aiwan in a year, he informed. The participants via a resolution expressed their great satisfaction upon the activities of the Trust under the guidance of Majid Nizami . They expressed concern upon the proposed devolution of the Higher Education Commission, besides the session termed the govt initiatives as slow to meet the energy crises in the country. The session also demanded unification among the various factions of Muslim League. They also forwarded suggestions to further expand the activities of the NPT.