Waqt News Reporter LAHORE - A senior leader of the Jamaat-i-Islami, a political analyst and the Editor, TheNation, say those targeting the Two-Nation theory are the enemy agents who are out to create confusion in Pakistan, in consonance with the US and Indian agenda for the Islamic republic. Speaking in Barwaqt programme of the WAQTNEWS TV on Saturday, Dr Farid Paracha, Hafeezullah Niazi and Salim Bokhari said a group of pseudo intellectuals, which is on the US payroll after the collapse of the Soviet Union, was trying to create in Pakistan a situation that could serve Indian interests. However, they believed that these elements would not succeed in their nefarious designs. They said exposing these elements was in Pakistans interest. Dr Paracha, who is deputy secretary general of the Jamaat-i-Islami, said it was regrettable that the targeting of Pakistan ideology had been started in the holy month of Ramazan. The elements behind the scheme were those who were receiving money and crates of Indian whisky. He said these elements had intensified their activities again after the departure of Gen Musharraf, which was a serious development that should be looked into. He was of the view that these elements should not be underestimated. He said the role of these elements in the terrorist activities now going on in the country could not be ruled out. The JI leader proposed that these people should be held accountable for what they were doing. Mr Hafeezullah Niazi said it was the duty of the people of Pakistan to safeguard their ideology and protect the army from the US and Indian propaganda. The Two-Nation theory, he said, was the biggest hurdle to the enemy designs and that was the reason it was being attacked so vociferously. He reminded the opponents of the Pakistan Ideology that it was the Quaid-i-Azam who used to say that no good could be expected from Hindus and that Hindus and Muslims could not live together. He praised TheNation Chief Editor Majid Nizami for taking serious notice of utterances against the ideology, including the ones made by PML-N President Nawaz Sharif. TheNation Editor Salim Bokhari lashed out at the elements who branded the Quaid-i-Azam as a secular leader. He asked these leaders why they always forget the Quaids assertion that Hindus and Muslims could never be one nation. Mr Bokhari said India, US and Israel were enemies of Pakistan and utterly mistaken were those who took them for their friends. Pakistans nuclear programme was like a thorn for these countries and they were also opposed to the Jehad in occupied Kashmir. These countries, TheNation editor alleged, were creating traitors to weaken Pakistan from within. The Pakistan Ideology was being attacked because of the same motive, he argued. Referring to the critics of Mr Majid Nizami, Mr Bokhari said they were targeting the veteran journalist because they knew he would strongly resist their designs. He pointed out that some of these elements had been assailing Pakistan while sitting in the US. In his opinion such people should be confronted at all levels. About Pakistans relations with India, he said normal ties could not be expected unless the Kashmir dispute was resolved and India dropped the projects which Pakistan considered as 'water terrorism. He warned that these lingering issues could lead to a war.