FAISALABAD - Pakistan and Bangladesh can exchange mutual experiences regarding water use efficiency through their experts as both countries are facing similar challenges in this regard. This was stated by Vice President Water Partnership of Bangladesh and Member Regional Council Dr Khundkar Azharul Haq while taking with UAF Vice Chancellor Dr Iqrar Ahmad here in his chamber, the other day.Dr Khundkar said both the countries witnessed alike problems of water due to illegitimate Indian involvement in the issue. He said his country was not producing cotton but after China it become 2nd largest cotton exporter of the world. He said the Bangladesh Scientists have developed a rice variety of having significant intervention of Vitamin-A aiming at keep the people safe from blindness. He expressed his willingness to make collaborative research with UAF scientists to jointly work on roses and diseases associated with flowers.Earlier, UAF Vice Chancellor Dr Iqrar Ahmad apprised the visiting scientist that the university had a unique experience of dong international projects with various scientists and organizations of developing and developed world in which the other institutions were lacking, adding that the visit of Dr Khundkar would certainly pave the way for collaboration and mutual faculty/student visits to share the experiences and steer their respective country out of crises. He emphasized that Asian countries in general and of South Asia in particular should work together on climate change as it severely hit the people in the recent years.Dr Allah Bakhsh, Chairman Department of Irrigation and Drainage and other were also present in the meeting.Farmers protest overbilling: A couple of hundred people, including local farmers, lawyers and politicians, took out a rally against Lahore Electric Supply Company (Lesco) for overcharging them in electricity bills here the other day. They said that the Lesco had been sending excessive electricity bills to local farms. They said the bills carried additional reading due to the negligence of meter readers, and the involvement of some the Lesco officials in power pilferages.They said that about four thousands meters of tubewells had been sent wrong bills. They demanded the higher authorities to transfer the XEN and demanded to correct their bills.