LAHORE - Pakistan should seek arbitration over the issue of water blockage by India if the New Delhi fails to comply with the requests of Islamabad in this regard, say leaders of Pakistan Democratic Front (PDF). PDF leaders expressed these views during a meeting of the alliance on Tuesday at party office. Chief of PDF, Nawabzada Mansoor Khan chaired the meeting, while alliances leaders including Qazi Abdul Qadeer Khamosh, Nawaz Gondal, Manzoor Gilani, Abdul Rauf Sasoli, Aziz Awan, Martin Javed and others attended the meeting. Leaders of PDF discussed in detail the existing political situation in the country, economy, price-hike, unemployment and law and order situation. They expressing their serious concern over the Indias 'water aggression and demanded that India should be bound to follow the Indus-Water Treaty, as New Delhi was violating the treaty and built 62 dams and were in planning to build 13 more. PDF meeting announced to hold public meeting on March 23, 2010 at Mochi Gate, while workers conventions would be held at Khanewal, Multan, Fai-salabad, Sukkur, Larkana, Hyderabad and Shahdadpur. Hearing deferred The Lahore High Court Chief Justice on Monday adjourned till March 26 hearing of a suo motu case regarding the recovery of an alleged abducted girl of Gujrat with directions to mother of the abductee to help police find the girl. The suo motu was taken on an application of one Irshad Bibi who complained about non-recovery of her 14-year-old daughter Humaira. On Tuesday, DPO Gujrat appearing before the court said that petitioner was not giving any hint about the whereabouts of the girl and without cooperation of the petitioner it was a bit hard for the police to recover the girl. Police also told the court that the abducted girl had contracted marriage against the will of her parents and living with her husband at some unknown place. However, the DPO Gujrat added, the police were making efforts to trace out the girl and some time was required for this purpose. On this, the CJ warned petitioner Irshad Bibi that her application/ petition would be dismissed if she did not cooperate with the police in finding her daughter. The court adjourned the hearing till March 26. The complainant had submitted that her daughter was abducted by accused on Oct 10, 2009 and a FIR under section 365-B PPC was registered at police station Kukrali, Gujrat. She alleged that the accused being influential tried to get the case cancelled through a compromise under coercion. On Nov 28, 2009 on the eve of Eidul Azha accused party subjected the applicant and her family to torture and an FIR under sections 354/452/148/149 PPC was registered at the same police station. In order to restrain the applicant and her husband from the prosecution of the said cases the accused persons dispossessed them from their house and also expelled them along with their four school going children from the village and since then they were on the roads, the complainant said.