LAHORE - Chairman Nazria-e-Pakistan Trust (NPT) and Editor-in-Chief The Nation, Majid Nizami has said that India is bent upon turning Pakistan into desert by constructing 62 dams on Pakistani rivers in Kashmir. He demanded to hit these dams with missiles, as India only understands the language of missiles. He expressed these views while speaking at the 11th teachers ideological training workshop here at Aiwan-e-Karkunan-e-Tehreek-e-Pakistan on Thursday. The workshop was attended by teachers from different districts of the province, including Multan, Muzafargarh, Dera Ghazi Khan and Rehim Yar Khan. The workshop was held with the collaboration of Punjab government and presided over by Majid Nizami. Chairman Tehreek-e-Pakistan workers Trust, Jamshed Ahmad Tareen, Masood Ali Khan, Prof Dr Sarfaraz Hussain Mirza and Allama Prof Muzafar Mirza also spoke on the occasion. In his address Majid Nizami said that former Chief Minister Punjab Ghulam Haider Wayne had laid the foundation of Nazria-e-Pakistan Trust. He said fortunately we are independent today otherwise we would have been slave of Hindu. He said without creating awareness among the young generation about importance of freedom we cannot maintain our freedom. He said due to the atomic power no one could harm Pakistan however US, India and Israel were bent upon on finishing Pakistan. We would have to be united at this time. Muslims ruled India for more than 1000 years to which Indians can not forget. Nizami said, we are lucky that God Almighty granted us with a leader who can face to America also. He said America wanted to destroy Pakistan with drone attacks on Quetta and Balochistan but Pakistani nation would not allow it. He said India was financing militants in FATA and Balochistan through Afghanistan and we would have to be vigilant on this situation. He said t China is our friend and we can defend our selves against India with the help of China, as China is Pro Pakistan despite being communist state. Masood Ali in his address said that as per teachings of Quaid-e-Azam, we should not depend upon any one and we would have to be accountable for success. Sarfraz Mirza said Two Nation theory was not a philosophy but a reality and subcontinent was divided on the basis of this reality.