LAHORE - Member National Assembly (MNA) and central convener of Pakistan Water and Power Action Committee (PWPAC) Capt (r) Muham-mad Safdar has said that All Parties Conference (APC) will be called on June 3 in Islamabad to overcome so-called electricity crises. He expressed these views while addressing a press conference here at the Lahore Press Club on Sunday. Chief Coordinator PWPAC Ayub Khan Mayo was also present on the occasion. Capt Safdar said the conference would be attended by good number of leaders of political parties including PPP, PML(N), PML(Q) , MQM, ANP, Tehreek-e-Insaf, JUP, Jamaat-e-Islami, representatives of Farmers Associations, chamber of Commerce and Industry, former President and Prime Ministers of Azad Jammun and Kashmir and people from different walks of life. He said conference would be started from the briefing of the experts of water resources and political leadership would be stressed to chalk out strategy to how to come out of the crisis. He said that topics like Indus Water Treaty 1960, cheaper electricity through Hydral Power Projects, Construction of new Water Resources, and to allocate the budget to combat the crisis. Ayube Khan Mayo told the media that power crisis could be overcome by making functional the Thermal Power Projects being run under the control of federal government. He claimed that if the said projects were repaired immediately the loadshedding could be ended with in six months. He was of the view that country was in the tight clutches of the commission mafia who were levelling ground for the rental powers. He said that Pakistan was the only country which could generate the cheapest electricity of the world by its thermal projects.