LAHORE Pakistan Paindabad Conference unanimously adopted half a dozen resolutions including the one condemning the government decision of giving MFN status to arch rival India. The participants of the conference organised by Nazaria Pakistan Forum Multan at Multan Arts Council on Friday demanded of the government to withdraw the decision till India agreed to resolve the outstanding issue of Jammu and Kashmir in light with the UN resolutions. The masses have not accepted this unwise decision. Government should have kept in mind the Indian oppression in the held valley, construction of over 60 dams on rivers to convert the country into a desert, terrorist activities inside the country through its consulates in Afghanistan and support to the separatist movement in Balochistan. Government should avoid promoting trade with India until she stops hatching conspiracies against Pakistan and give right of self-determination to the Kashmiris, the resolution reads. Through another resolution, the conference demanded the government to raise the issue of giving right of self-determination to Kashmiris as the General Assembly has recognised the same as basic human right. The conference, through another resolution, suggested the government to include writings of Allama Iqbal in syllabus and celebrate Iqbal Day at the government level. The conference also demanded ban on screening of the Indian movies. The conference also demanded the government to avoid becoming a part of such efforts that allow the US and its allies to stay more in the region. It also demanded resisting the US move of making India a superpower in the region, stopping the drone attacks and using dialogue a tool to end terrorism and extremism in the country. Through another resolution, the conference demanded the government to take measures for the return of Dr Aafia Siddiqui and rehabilitation of flood affected people.