LAHORE – Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust (NPT) Vice Chairman Prof Rafique Ahmad presented several resolutions mirroring the aspirations of the delegates at the fifth annual Nazaria-i-Pakistan conference held at the Aiwan-i-Karkunan-i-Tehreek-i-Pakistan under the auspices of the NPT.

Resolutions were unanimously approved by the delegates of the conference.

These resolutions demanded the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) to put ban on Indian TV channels which were promoting Indian culture in Pakistan.

It also demanded the government to put ban on so-called intellectuals who criticised the personality of Quaid-e-Azam in TV programmes.

The participants expressed concerns over energy crisis in the country and demanded the immediate construction of Kala Bagh Dam to meet the needs.

All the political parties requested in the resolutions to nominate such candidates as have a strong commitment to the ideology of’ Pakistan.

“This conference makes an appeal to people to cast their votes in the upcoming elections in favour of those candidates who are men of character and have a firm faith in the ideology of Pakistan,” the resolutions added.

“Since Quaid-i-Azam had termed Kashmir the jugular vein of Pakistan, the government must not let the Kashmiris acts of supreme sacrifice go waste and take effective steps on international level to ensure the Kashmiris their right of self ¬determination,” it added.

Furthermore, no trade relations of any kind should he established until and unless India is willing to solve the Kashmir issue in accordance with the resolutions passed by the UNO.

The conference also condemned the hanging of Kashmiri youth Muhammad Afzal Guru in the fictitious case of attack on Indian Parliament. In another resolution it was demanded that Pakistan government should not release Indian prisoners and spies with protocol and President of Pakistan should also reject eh merci petition of Sarbejeet Singh.