LAHORE - Editor-in-Chief The Nation and Chairman Nazria Pakistan Trust Majid Nizami has condemned the attempt to preventing the entrance of Swat affectees to Sindh saying that Sindh was a part of Pakistan and not particular to the Sindhis or any other particular party. He also criticised the MQM for being allergic to the Pakhtoons and said that they had every right to live anywhere in Pakistan. He was addressing a general council meeting of Nazria-e-Pakistan Trust (NPT) at Aiwan-e-Karkunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan on Saturday. Speaking on the occasion, he said Sindh has unique distinction owing to the birth and burial of Quaid-e-Azam in Karachi. He also appealed to the Baloch tribes, including Jamalis, to improved the prevailing the situation in Balochistan. Nizami said the NPT and NPWT were working hard for promoting Two Nation Theory, adding that the Aghi programme had provided ideological education to thousands of students of different schools and colleges. He said a teachers training programme on ideological education would also be launched next year with new zeal and enthusiasm. He said the introduction of a uniform system of education was a difficult job, but the work on the task would be initiated soon. He also appointed Mehnaz Rafi as In-charge of Madr-e-Millat Centre. He said the Punjab government has constituted a committee on our request to make the ideological education a part of curriculum, which would be initially implemented in Punjab. Majid Nizami said we demanded Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani to build Aiwan-e-Quaid-e-Azam who announced a grant of Rs 100 million for the purpose. But it is insufficient amount and only the foundation stone could be laid down with it. He requested the prime minister to inaugurate the building and announce more funds for the project. He also paid tributes to Shaheed Ghulam Haider Wyne for establishing the Nazria-e-Pakistan Trust.