ISLAMABAD (APP) Members of the National Assembly here on Tuesday lambasted India for usurping Pakistans water share and urged the government to link all peace initiatives to proper water sharing formula between the two countries. Indias usurping Pakistans share of water may result in confrontation. Expert see future wars on water issue and any future war in our region, will be no less to nuclear warfare, said Palwasha Khan, opening debate on an adjournment motion. Around 10 million acre of fertile Pakistani land is going barren as part of international conspiracy against Pakistan, she said. International community has concerns about our security but why they keep silent on 'water terrorism of our hegemonic neighbour, Palwasha said. Urging revision of Indus Bastion Water Treaty, the member said, in view of climatic changes, the situation is totally different from 1960s. This treaty should be modified to get more water resource for Pakistan. Climate change is posing serious threat to Pakistan for its being surrounded by major polluters like India, she added. The Lower House witnessed a strong protest by MNAs from Sindh over the water crisis in the province as well as water distribution formula. The MNAs from Sindh demanded of Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani to take notice of that serious issue, otherwise the situation would go out of control. On a point of order, Federal Minister for Inter-Provincial Coordination Pir Aftab Shah Jilani said that he had convened a special meeting comprising members of NEPRA, WAPDA and IRSA and a meeting of the Inter-Provincial Coordination Committee (IPCC) in this regard. The Minister informed the Lower House that he had written two letters to the Irrigation Minister of Sindh but he did not get any response from the provincial minister, and the meeting will be convened soon after receiving his response, adding that the summary had been sent to the Prime Minister in this regard. Earlier, MNA Nawab Yousaf Talpur, while talking on a point of order termed the decision of IRSA unconstitutional, adding that the IPCC could not change its (IRSA) decision. He said that Balochistan had changed its representative in the IRSA and urged the Federation to issue a notification in this regard. While expressing concern over water situation in Sindh, MNA Munawar Talpur said that it was clearly mentioned in all agreements that Chashma-Jhelum Link Canal and other lakes would be closed in case of water shortage in Sindh. He urged the Prime Minister to convene a meeting of IRSA to discuss the issue and solve this problem. MNA Nawab Wasan said that all stakeholders should get their due rights, urging the minister to convene the meeting. MNA Jamshed Dasti said that the IRSA did not have any representation from South Punjab, adding that 90 per cent resources of Punjab were being spent on Lahore, Gujranwala, Rawalpindi and Faisalabad. MNA Changez Jamali termed the water issue more sensitive as compared to legal issues and demanded of Prime Minister Gilani to solve this issue. Gul Muhammad Jhakrani said that the member of IRSA representing Balochistan had been changed because corruption charges were levelled against him. He demanded of the government to declare all regional languages as national language. Meanwhile, the members of the Lower House demanded of the government to take notice of embezzlement in the funds of Network Consumer Protection, a non-governmental organisation. Talking on a call attention notice, MNA Dr Azra Fazal said that financial irregularities were detected in three audits of the NGO, urging the government to monitor those NGOs which are receiving money from the people in the name of funds. Yasmin Rehman demanded the audit of NGO from Auditor General. Responding on call attention notices, Federal Minister for Social Welfare and Special Education, Samina Khalid Ghurki said that the said NGO was registered by the Economics Affairs Division and had been functioning since 1997, adding that the organisation had been receiving financial assistance from the international donors and therefore could not be monitored.