LAHORE - Jamaat-e-Islami chief Syed Munawar Hasan has said the US-India collusion poses a serious threat to Pakistans solidarity and only US and NATOs withdrawal from the region can safeguard the interests of the Islamic republic. Addressing the concluding session of the two-day JI Media Secretaries workshop at Mansoora, he said US President Obamas visit to New Dehli had proved that India was Americas real partner. He said the deeper Washingtons roots in the region, the greater the danger to this country. He deplored the Foreign Office had made no planning to offset the damage expected of Obamas visit to India. The US, he said, was now assigning an import role to India in Afghanistan although in the past, India never had had any role in that country. Munawar Hasan stressed upon the government to review its policy towards the US, which he said had always played fraud with Islamabad and sided with Pakistans enemies. He proposed Islamabad should join hands with its friendly countries like China and Iran to check Indias advance and also for ousting the US from the region. The JI chief also condemned torture of the media personnel in the City during the day and said the champions of democracy were in the forefront in placing curbs on the media. Meanwhile, JI Secretary General Liaquat Baloch called upon the federal government to lodge strong protest with the British authorities over the cancellation of visa to Qazi Hussain Ahmed and other leaders of the country. In a letter to Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, he said Qazi had to visit Britain at the invitation of the UK Islamic Mission and participate in different programmes. The British High Commissioner in Islamabad had issued five years visa to Qazi on October 7, but cancelled the same the very next day for unknown reasons. The JI secretary general said Qazi was not only a former chief of the Jamaat but had also been a member of the parliament for 17 years. Qazis activities, he said, had always been within the law.