MULTAN

World Water Assembly Chief Coordinator Hafiz Zahoorul Hassan Dahar has said that the upcoming government will have to make tough decisions to protect Pakistan’s rivers from Indian occupation otherwise the country will be faced with a horrible drought in coming days.Talking to The Nation here on Monday, he added that India worked day and night on a vicious plan in collaboration with Jewish lobby to divert Neelum River while it was going to table a bill in the parliament to fully occupy Chenab River very soon. “Once this bill is tabled in Lok Sabha, India will get all rights to block the river,” he warned.He said that India had come into position to occupy all rivers coming to Pakistan from occupied Kashmir like Chenab, Jehlum and Neelum under a vicious plan to disintegrate Pakistan. He regretted that the corrupt establishment and rulers had clearly said that they could not deteriorate relations with India on the issue of water. “It’s the issue of life and death for entire Pakistan but nobody is taking it seriously,” he lamented. He said that India, USA and Israel had given special task to four international monetary organizations to accomplish ongoing water projects in India.BZU DECLARED RESULTS: The Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan has announced the result of MCom Part-1 & 11 annual examination, 2012 here on Monday. According to the result notification, a total of 719 candidates appeared in the examination out of which 517 were declared successful while 198 failed. The result of four candidates will be declared later on. Thus the overall success ratio in this examination stood at 71.91 per cent. As many as 168 students passed examination in first division while 349 got second.