LAHORE - Editor-in-Chief The Nation and Chairman Nazria Pakistan Trust Majid Nizami Tuesday urged the teachers to show the young generation the real face of India, as they were getting influence of Indian culture through Indian TV channels. Majid Nizami stated this while addressing Ideological Training Workshop of various colleges teachers at Aiwan-e-Karkunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan. He said India wanted to disintegrate Pakistan but we should make it fortress of Islam. About 120 teachers attended the workshop while Vice-chairman NPT Prof Dr Rafique Ahmad, Prof Sarfraz Hussain, Prof Muzzaffar Mirza and Secretary NPT Shahid Rasheed also addressed the teachers. Nizami said that Pakistan was bestowed with abundant resources while the present situation of the country was partly due to the wrath of Allah Almighty and partly we turned Pakistan into a laboratory of generals instead of laboratory of Islam, he added. He said Bacha Khan had opposed the creation of Pakistan but the people of Serhad (Khyber Paktunkhwa) at that time rejected him (Bacha Khan) in referendum and how pity it was that his dream was fulfilled by his grandson Asfand Yar Wali by changing the province name as Khyber Pakhtunkhawa. He said Quaid-e-Azam made us a nation but, unfortunately, we have been divided into tribes and races, adding killing of Punjabis in Blochistan was the proof of it. Now it was duty of the teachers to tell students that for what purpose Pakistan was achieved, he added. Nizami told the teachers about the services of the NPT and for what purposes the late Ghulam Hyder Wyne, the former Chief Minister of Punjab had constructed it. He told them about the days during Pakistan Movement when the Muslims were deprived of even getting education while all the luxuries were being enjoyed by the influential Hindu families living at Lahore at that time. Dr Rafique Ahmad, on the occasion, delivered a lecture on 'the identity of Two-Nation Theory in international perspective and said 56 Islamic countries were linked with each other through a civilisation and it was the Islamic civilisation, he added. He said the creation of moral values and abilities among the students was the real duty of the teachers. He said the teachers should inform the students about Pakistan Movement. Other speakers also delivered lectures about historical perspective of Pakistan Movement and Two-Nation Theory and informed teachers about ideological boundaries of the country. They urged the teachers to raise the real passion about Islam and Pakistan among the students. Earlier, the secretary Trust Shahid Rasheed briefed them about the objectives of the workshop and the efforts of NPT and Tehrik-e-Pakistan Workers Trust towards guidance of the youth and the nation about Islam and nationalism.