ISLAMABAD Senior PPP leader Senator Raza Rabbani on Friday called upon the Prime Minister to convene meeting of the Council of Common Interests (CCI) to resolve the water disputes among the provinces. Speaking on a point of order in the Senate, Senator Rabbani said that the prevailing water crisis was badly affecting the relations between Punjab and Sindh provinces, adding that the 'Babus of Indus River System Authority (IRSA) were neither capable nor interested in resolving disputes among the provinces over the issue of water. The Prime Minister should, therefore, instantly convene CCI meeting so that political leaders of the four provinces could settle the issue, Senator Rabbani said. He said that under Article 153 of the Constitution, the CCI was the right forum to settle disputes among the provinces. Earlier, while taking part in the debate on law and order situation in the country, JUI-F Senator from Sindh, Khalid Mehmood Soomro, demanded provision of due share of water to Sindh. He said that power plant project on Chashma Link Canal was violation of the 1991 Accord and that Sindh had been deceived over the issue. He also called for purging Karachi from weapons to ensure lasting peace. Senator Prof Khurshid while taking part in the debate urged for imparting enhanced training to police as well as bringing parity in their salaries. He also regretted that Government had not fulfilled its commitment regarding release of missing persons and implementation on Supreme Courts verdict in the NRO case. Senator Abdul Nabi Bangash said that Pukhtuns were fighting the war of Pakistans survival but regretted that they were being treated as third class citizens in other provinces. The House also offered Fateha for the victims of Bannu blasts.