ISLAMABAD - PML-Q Secretary General Mushahid Hussain Sayed Friday urged Afghan President Hamid Karzai not to allow the use of Afghan land against Pakistan under Indian designs. He was talking to journalists after a reception held in honour of the newly appointed Deputy Secretary Information of PML-Q Ghulam Mustafa Malik here at the PML House. Flanked by PML leaders Amir Muqam, Imtyaz Ranjha, Arbab Hashim Kasi, Mustafa Malik, and Haleem Adil Sheikh, Mushahid welcomed President Karzai on his re-election for a second consecutive term. He said that Pakistan wanted a stable and peaceful Afghanistan as it was in the interest of Pakistan as well. Pakistan hosted three millions Afghan refugees in a difficult situation for 30 long years. We also extended full support to President Karzai for his election to the Afghanistan President House, he said. Mushahid also welcomed the resumption of dialogue by the Indian government with the leadership of Occupied Kashmir. However, he said Pakistan and Pakistan Occupied Kashmir leaders should also be taken on board in the dialogue process. We want these dialogues to be result-oriented as dialogue for the sake of dialogue would further deteriorate the situation, he remarked. Calling upon the Indian government to demilitarise Occupied Kashmir, he said that the Indian government should also let journalists and human rights activists to visit occupied Valley. The Secretary General PML-Q also advised the NWFP government not to indulge in non-issues like renaming Pakistan, saying the provincial authorities should focus on its functioning rather than renaming the country and province. It seems that the government has devised no counterterrorism strategy. Instead of focusing on tackling terrorism, the government is indulging in non-issues, he added. PML-Q President NWFP, Amir Muqam, warned the provincial government against massive displacement from Peshawar in the wake of the recent spate of terrorist attacks in the provincial capital. People are packing their luggage and departing Peshawar as the provincial authorities have failed to counter the terrorist attacks in Peshawar, he said. When asked how the provincial government would counter terrorist attacks as no other government has been able to do so, Muqam said there was only one road that linked Khyber Agency to Peshawar. But the authorities have failed in beefing up surveillance at Jamrod Road which is only link between Peshawar and Khyber Agency, he added. He said his party would not allow ANP to change the name of country, which was the obsession of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Alim Adil Sheikh raised the issue of increasing incidents of kidnapping for ransom in Sindh, saying that daylight robberies had become a normal routine for the people of the province.