LAHORE TheNation Editor-in-Chief and Nazaria Pakistan Trust Chairman Majid Nizami has criticised the day-by-day increase in electricity and gas loadshedding, saying the rulers have no ability to understand and solve the crises. Addressing the Sialkot Chamber of Commerce and Industry delegation, he said, It is difficult for me to travel to Sialkot, which is the city of my spiritual leader Allama Iqbal as doctors advised him not to travel. He told them that since 1946, when he had tripped Sialkot first time, he had often visited the city. The delegation comprising of leading businessmen from Sialkot visited Aiwan-e-Karkunan and Tehrik-e-Pakistan on Thursday. Majid Nizami welcomed them at Aiwan. He reiterated that the youth must be informed about the Two-nation theory, which was the basis of Pakistan. He urged upon them for establishing Nazaria Pakistan Trust, Sialkot Branch. He said that about 1.6 million students had been informed about Pakistan Ideology by the NPTs Mobile Units. Expressing concern over the electricity and gas crises in Faisalabad, he questioned how the factories would run and contribute to the national economy without electricity and gas. The rulers could not understand the seriousness of matter, he regretted. He said that China as our friend ensured Pakistan for producing electricity to meet our demands. China is our friend and the government let China for producing electricity for the country. Majid Nizami said that India, backed by the US, was the mutual enemy of Pakistan and China. He told them that he had pushed Nawaz Sharif for atomic blasts in reply of India. Quaid-e-Azam had wanted to make Islamic democratic Pakistan, but some people label him as secular, he said, adding those people worth to be punished. I believe we have to wage war against India for the solution of water issues and for acquiring our Kashmir. India has been sending its terrorists into Balochistan via Pak-Afghan border, which were involved in suicide attacks in Pakistan besides the drone attacks which were adding to the peoples injuries but our rulers were keeping a mum and have no courage to stop the evils, he said. Nizami informed them about the activities of the Trust and its ongoing projects. He said that he had started writing column in Daily Nawa-i-Waqt under the guidance of his elder brother late Hameed Nizami. I have visited almost all the Europe and other countries, but I believe Pakistan is the most beautiful country in the world, he said. NPT Vice-chairman Prof Dr Rafique Ahmad informed the delegation about various activities of The Trust. He said that the Trust conducted about 70 various ceremonies on different occasion. He said about 0.2 million people in a month visited the Aiwan. The delegation comprises of Zaka-ud-Din, Asad Ijaz, Zafar Iqbal, Muhammad Younas, Asad Mehmood, Sohail Akram, Zia-ul-Islam, Mian Mohsin, Malik Kashif, Faisal Malik, Jahangir Hussain, Imran Butt, Muhammad Yousaf, Abd-us-Saeed, Sabir Khan, Shahid Ibrahim, Shafique-ur-Rehman, Mir Faroq, Asif Bhalli, Bahadur Khan, Sarfraz Ghumman, Sohail Mushtaq, Azeem Cheema, Munam Saleem and Bilal Saleem. Secretary Trust Shahid Rasheed welcomed the guests.