LAHORE - Chairman Nazria-e-Pakistan Trust NPT and Editor-in-Chief The Nation Majid Nizami has said that military operation in Waziristan is not a solution of the problem, as rather than curbing terrorism it will result in more suicide attacks. He also suggested renaming NWFP as Afghania. Nizami expressed these views while addressing a teachers training workshop held at Aiwan-i-Karkunan-i-Tehreek-i-Paksitan on Thursday. A large number of teachers and Directorate of Staff Development officials attended the event while Justice (r) Munir Ahmad Mughal, Prof Dr Sarfraz Hussain Mirza and Allama Prof Muzaffar Mirza were among the speakers. Majid Nizami said Ghaffar Khans followers were ruling the NWFP and they were bent upon making the province as Pakhtoonistan, as soon after the creation of Pakistan Ghaffar Khan had desired to make Pakhtoonistan. He said Hindu wanted to keep the Muslims in India as subjugated nation but Quaid-e-Azam was able to get a separate homeland. He said the workshops were meant only to create awareness among the students about ideology of Pakistan, which was now in the tight clutches of terrorism. He opined that if certain people wanted Islam in country, there was no harm in it and the rulers should hold dialogue with them. Peace could not be established with bullet or baton, he added. Replying to a question, Majid Nizami said Pakistan Army was convinced to see the country as Islamic welfare state. Had Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani opted for dialogue instead of going for military action, it would have been a great gesture to the Pakistani people as Armys job was to kill enemy and not its own people. He asked the nation to observe a day of forgiveness as people had forgotten the promise they had made with Allah at the time of formation of Pakistan. Majid said it was only the League of Quaid-e-Azam, which could pull the country out of crisis for which unification of all factions was a must. He disclosed that Ch Shujaat Hussain had a soft corner for Mian Nawaz Sharif but Pervez Elahi was not agreed on it. He said reaction of Baloch people was right, as they were not being treated fairly.