LAHORE - Nazria Pakistan Trust (NPT) Chairman and Editor-in-Chief The Nation Majid Nizami has said that it is the US, which is playing role with the assistance of India and Israel to occupy the nuclear arsenals of Pakistan, and the Kerry-Lugar Bill is nothing but to hijack Pakistan. He was addressing the 14th training workshop of teachers organised by the NPT in collaboration with the Punjab Education Department at the Aiwan-e-Karkunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan here on Saturday. Teachers Educator from District Mianwali also attended the workshop. Majid Nizami said that Hindus did not accept Pakistan and wanted to eliminate Pakistan. As such we should be alert. He said that according to Gen Mirza Aslam Baig, India wanted to make Pakistan part of greater India. He urged the teachers to inform the younger generation reason of the creation of Pakistan. Our teachers should produce people like Maulana Abdus Sattar Khan Niazi, he added. He said that he considered Maulana Niazi as his elder brother as he was an intimate friend of late Hamid Nizami. Majid Nizami said, Nawab of Kalabagh advised me to continue with the policy of Hamid Nizami as a true courageous person. And I lived up to his expectations. Paying tributes to Ghulam Haider Wyne, he said the people who migrated to Pakistan rendered more sacrifices for the country and added, The Aiwan was gifted by late Wyne. And it is the only place where we frequently talk on Two-Nation Theory and people are informed on the conspiracies of Hindus. Prof Dr Mohammad Ajmal Niazi said that he could never forget 'that school without boundary wall in his native village where he studied. I worked hard and remained successful in life. He said that Majid Nizami is a great and respectable personality and possessed both the power of words and thoughts. He said the teachers should be given respect and place in society. Dr Humayun Ihsan said that Majid Nizami is rendering national service through journalism. He said we transformed ourselves not simply into a nation but created a country for us. He paid tributes to security forces for war against terrorism. He said that the nation was also united against the Kerry-Lugar Bill. Prof Dr Sarfraz Hussain Mirza also addressed.