LAHORE - Majlis-e-Karkunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan at a session here on Saturday condemned the Indias atrocities against Kashmiris and American courts verdict against Dr Aafia Siddiqui. The session which held at Aiwnan-e-Karkunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan was presided over by Brig (r) Zafar Iqbal Chaudhry, while Khurshed Ahmad Wayne, Begum Surraya Khurshed, Riaz Ahmad Chaudhry and Zafar Iqbal Gondal participated. The session demanded of the government to put pressure on United Nations for giving self-determination right to Kashmiris besides urging the government of taking solid steps to release Dr Aafia from Americans detention. It was said that the freedom movement in Kashmir was at its peak and India has no option except to quit Kashmir. It said by announcing biased penalty to Dr Aafia, the US court has showed its real face towards Muslims and Pakistan. Aghi Programme LAHORE - Nazria Pakistan Trust mobile ideological unit 1 led by coordinator Prof Muhammad Saeed Shaikh visited Jamia Hajvaria Gujjarpura on Saturdayon a study. The purpose of the visit was to inform students about Pakistan movement while the organized ceremony at Jamia was addressed by Shabir Khan, the head of the Jamia. Mobile Unit 2 and 3 led by coordinators Abdus Salam and Nadeem Raza visited Ahya-ul-Sunnah Dastkari School Shalimar Town and New Muham-madan Grammar School Kot Khawaja Saeed respectively. The ceremonies at said institutions were addressed by Abdul Muqeem and Shahida Saleem. Later, the students were awarded prizes in quiz programmes and over correct recitations of Allama Iqbals verses. Sets of books were given to schools libraries. Celebrated The Peoples Labour Bureau celebrated the 22nd birthday of PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari here at a Union office on Saturday. They cut a cake and announced to continue what they said the struggle for the labourer of the country. PPP Punjab Secretary Information Saleem Mughal was the chief guest on the occasion while the President Labour Bureau Malik Ihtesham addressed the participants on the occasion. Field hospital Punjab Health department has established 60-bed field hospital in Kot Addu where medical teams from King Edward Medical University, Mayo hospital, Lady Willington, Lady Atchison Hospital and College of Vision Sciences will provide medical facilities to flood affected patients once a week for one year. A meeting under the Chairmanship of Prof Asad Aslam Khan held to make arrangements for the visit of doctors and paramedical staff.