OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - PML-N central leader Ahsan Iqbal while claiming that government has reopened the Zulfikar Ali Bhutto case to divert public attention from serious issues said that this case has nothing to do with the national issues. He expressed these views while talking to the media after attending a seminar at Institute of Engineering Pakistan (IEP) on Saturday. Ahsan said that PPP desired reopening of ZAB case however it failed to track down the assassins of Benazir Bhutto. PML-N leader said that national issues were drone attacks, Balochistan issue, energy crisis, target killing, terrorism, poverty, unemployment and price hike on which government has been playing a blind eye. 'Consensus needed on KBD: PML-Q (Like-Minded Group) Punjab information secretary Mian Asif has announced that his faction will launch a countrywide campaign to build consensus among the masses as well the political forces to construct the Kalabagh Dam. He made this announcement while talking to his supporters at the occasion of joining of some local leaders at party office on Saturday. He said that senior leaders of the Like-Minded would make contacts with the leaders of various political parties as part of the consensus building campaign for Kalabagh Dam. Asif said that construction of Kalabagh Dam was highly vital keeping in view the energy crisis, which was touching its peak. Meanwhile, the annual general meeting of the Senior Citizens Foundation, DHA and Cantt Chapter will be held at the Defense Community Centre on Sunday (today). The members besides the routine agenda will also discuss and deliberate on adopting a s strategy to push and convince the government to take up the long overdue, pending and ignored Senior Citizens Welfare Fund. The members in a meeting of its office bearer and executive committee stressed upon the government to immediately get the bill approved for improving the plight of the elderly, in view of its stance and objective of the service to the people of Pakistan generally and elderly specifically who are very precious segment of our society, now increasing to 10 millions in Pakistan.