LAHORE - Chairman Nazria Pakistan Trust and Editor-in-Chief The Nation Majid Nizami has said that by building 62 dams on Pakistani rivers, India is conspiring to turn Pakistan into a desert but we should smash these dams with atom bombs to frustrate this design. He was addressing the 9th workshop of teachers organised by NPT in collaboration with Punjab Education department in an effort to train master trainers on Pakistan ideology. Federal Shariat Court Chief Justice (r) Mian Mahboob Ahmad, renowned columnist Nusrat Mirza, Col (r) Jamshed Tarin, Chief Coordinator NPT Mian Aziz ul Haq Qureshi and Prof Dr Sarfraz Mirza also addressed. Majid Nizami said that Pakistan came into being in the light of Two-Nation Theory first propagated by Allama Iqbal. Her said Allama Iqbal invited the Quaid to come back from London and lead the Muslims of the sub continent. After adoption of Pakistan Resolution in 1940, Pakistan was created in 1947 but we failed to make it an Islamic, democratic welfare state. He said Pakistan was created for the masses and not for landlords. The dictators lost half of Pakistan, as Bengalis who fought relentlessly in 1965 war against India turned against Pakistan. Ayub Khan handed over power to Yahya Khan and thus Bengalis thought that they would never get power. Majid Nizami said India was trying to destroy Pakistan and now British experts also say that Pakistan may become desert after 2015 but we should destroy Indian dams. Some people say that India would also use atom bomb but, he maintained Pakistani bomb are more superior. He said the US dropped bomb on Japan but Japan did not destroyed and re-emerged more progressive and powerful. Nizami said, We should not afraid of India and reply to India in the same coin. India is imposing its culture on us. Mian Mahboob Ahmad said that with better training and education, we can reform our nation. He said the teachers should play their role in the training of youth. He said respect for humanity is the basis of education and training. He said Gen Musharraf tried to dismantle our ideological basis and values. Nusrat Mirza stressed the need for publicising the thought of Allama Iqbal and the Quaid. He paid rich tributes to Majid Nizami for ideological training of the people particularly our youth. He said the writing of Jaswant Singh proved the greatness of Quaid-e-Azam and his towering personality to which there is now an admission among the ranks of Hindus. Mian Aziz ul Haq Qureshi said that Hindus and British launched negative campaigns against Quaid-e-Azam but the facts are coming to light on the life and works of the Quaid.