LAHORE - Five literary organisations have appealed to the Parliament to amend a legislative bill and introduce a new law regarding the adoption of Punjabi, Sindhi, Pushto and Balochi as national languages, says a Press release. Punjabi National Conference Chairman Nazeer Kahut, Sindhi Adabi Sangat Secretary General Yousaf Sindhi, Balucea Literary Forum President Abdul Hakim Baloch, Chairman Aalmi Pushto Conference Saleem Raaz and Anjuman Taraqi Pasand Musanafeen Pakistan Deputy Secretary General Rahat Saeed said in a statement that Sindhi, Punjabi, Pushto and Balochi are the majority languages of the four federating units and also the national languages of Pakistan. They appealed to the lawmakers to vote for the proposed National Languages Constitution (Amendment) Act and make it a part of Constitution by getting it passed by the Parliament. The representatives of the organisations gathered under the umbrella of Pakistan Writers Inter-Provincial Dialogue Forum (PWIPDF). Giving details of the declaration, PWIPDF Secretary General Nazeer Kahut said the representatives had forwarded their reservations to the authors of the bill and proposed changes in it for the betterment of the country. He said the federal government should provide funds to set up universities of the four national languages in all the provinces on the pattern of the Federal Urdu University. Kahut said resources should be provided to the provinces for the promotion of Sindhi, Balochi, Pushto and Punjabi languages. JI flays US Ameer Jamaat-e-Islami Syed Munawar Hassan has said the country is facing serious threat from India, Israel and the USA. He was talking to a five-member delegation of Milli Majlis-Sharia here at Mansoora on Tuesday. Muhammad Khan Qadri led the delegation. Stressing upon unity among the citizens to face internal and external challenges, Munawar Hassan said that the rulers were putting the solidarity of the country at stake by blindly following the US dictation.