LAHORE - Nazaria Pakistan Trust Vice-Chairman Prof Dr Rafique Ahmad has said that it is essential to train young generation if we wanted to promote the causes for which Pakistan came into being as our faith teaches us to create brotherhood and unity amongst Muslims. He was addressing the members of three delegations came from Peshawar, Quetta and Karachi oh the invitation of the Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust in collaboration with the Pakistan Movement Workers Trust at a dinner given in their honour here on Monday night. It may be relevant to mention here that students of delegations are visiting Lahore on a seven-day study tour and are chosen from quiz and debate programmes conducted by the NPT in Quetta, Peshawar and Karachi. While addressing the delegations, Dr Rafique said this trust had been established by a darvesh former punjab chief minister Ghulam Haider Wyne in 1992 who had not even his own home when he died. His wife was still residing in her sister's home. He said AlIama Muhammad Iqbal was of the view that only those nations could survive for long which involved in inventing new things time and again. He said NPT wanted to infuse enthusiasm and passion among new generation so that they could shoulder the responsibilities of attaining the objectives for which this country came into being. "We should avoid create differences over petty things," he added. He said we called Pakistan a gift from God Almighty as it was created on the night of Ramazanul Mubarik 27. He said on the debacle of East Pakistan in 1972, late Indian prime minister lndra Gandhi. Gandhi had announced arrogantly that she had drowned two-nation theory in the Bay of Bengal. But later, another former Indian prime minister Morar G Desai admitted that her announcement of two-nation theory was a garrulous fuss. In fact, she had made two Pakistans instead of one, as India had to face two countries simultaneously in all international forums like UNSC and others. While welcoming the delegations, NPT secretary Shahid Rashid said that this study tour was not scheduled just for enjoyment and amusement but it had been arranged to give the students awareness about the causes and objectives for the creation of Pakistan as this tour would play a vital role in the training of young generation in accordance with the ideology of Pakistan, he added. LHC summons Crescent Investment Bank directors Special Judge (Offences in Respect of Banks) Justice Akram Bitu has summoned all the directors of the Crescent Standards Investment Bank in a complaint by Brig (r) Mian Shahid Aziz. The directors include Anjum Saleem brother of Former Federal Minister and Chairman ERRA Mian Altaf Saleem and Mehmood Ahmed. Brig Shahid has filed the complaint under Sections 5 and 6 of the Offences in Respect of Banks (Special Courts) Ordinance, 1984. The complainant through his counsel Barrister Mehmood Sheikh said he had deposited Rs 5 million with the bank, which agreed to give him a monthly profit of Rs 47,000. He added when the Bank went into serious financial crisis after the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) took action, the complainant wrote to the bank, the commission and the State Bank for the return of money. The complainant sought return of Rs 5 million and alleged that all the directors were liable to be proceeded against law for conspiracy to commit fraud, cheating, criminal breach of trust and embezzlement. Ahmer Bilal Soofi advocate represented director Mian Anjum Saleem while Jawad Hassan and Syed Mansoor Ali Shah represented others. Advocate Jawad Hassan argued that the complaint should be dismissed because the complaint concealed the fact that he has already settled the matter. He added the court should dismiss the complaint because the complainant, as required under Section 247 of the CrPC, did not appear before the court on any date of hearing. After hearing all the counsel, the court directed all the directors to submit bail bonds worth Rs 100,000 each before the next date of hearing.