LAHORE - There will be no strong Pakistan untill Kashmir is freed, as the Valley is our jugular vein. This was said by Majid Nizami, the Editor-in-Chief of TheNation and Chairman of the Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust. We should warn the Indian Mahraj to leave Kashmir or prepare for a nuclear war, Majid Nizami further said while addressing a seminar on Nazaria-i-Pakistan held at King Edward Medical University on Tuesday. PML-N senior leader Khawaja Saad Rafique, Vice Chancellor KEMU, Professor Dr Asad Aslam Khan, former Vice Chancellor of the university, Professor Dr Mumtaz Hassan and Pakistan Movement activist, Dr MA. Soofi also addressed the seminar. Majid Nizami said that the Quaid-i-Azam had declared Kashmir as the jugular vein of Pakistan and it was still in the control of India, as New Delhi release water on her free will and it recently released water in the River Sutlej. He said that our rivers were still in the grip of India and Pakistan should bomb their dams, which send floods to our lands or barren the same. Chairman Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust said, Some people think that he desires war with, however the fact is that he is a certified mujahid and it is his duty to wage jihad and invite others to wage it. He said that the tribals of Frontier reached Srinagar but Pakistan army could not reach to aid them and when the Quaid-i-Azam ordered Pakistani army chief at that time, the chief refused to comply the orders by saying that his commander-in-chief was sitting in Delhi. He said that the circumstances of the country were extremely precarious at the moment, as Karachi was witnessing a war among Muhajir, Sindhi and Pukhtun and prayed to Allah Almighty to free the economic hub of the country from three of them. He also prayed that Karachi once again become city of lights and Pakistan remained the country of two-nation theory. Nizami said the ANP was against the creation of Pakistan and its founder Bacha Khan was not buried in Pakistan after his death. We angered our Bengali brothers after some years of countrys inception, while India got a traitor in shape of Mujib-ur-Rehman who using the Indian army in the guise of Mukti Bahani force started war against his own country. He said that Quaid-i-Azam through his relentless efforts got a separate homeland for the Muslims of the sub-continent, which was the biggest Islamic state at that time. He said that Allama Iqbal gave ideology of Pakistan, which was in fact two-nation theory, while Quaid-i-Azam through his great leadership transformed the vision of Iqbal into reality on March 23, 1940 by the passage of resolution of Pakistan and created a Muslim homeland in the next six years. He also said that Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah had also played an important role in the creation of Pakistan by assisting his brother and mobilizing the women for the freedom movement. Khawaja Saad Rafique on this occasion said that struggle for Pakistan had started in this region when first Muslim came in the sub-continent. He said that situation became detoriating after the inception of Pakistan due to what he called 'black goras left by the Britishers who were basically part of Unionists and gripped the Muslim League. He said that dictators like Ayub Khan and Yahya Khan and bureaucrats continued the legacy of the Britishers. Saad said, There is a manufacturing default in military-made politicians, however this lot of politicians were hanged when they tried to defy their creators. He said, It is a tragedy that political parties in our country are not real political forces but only political pressure groups, while only Jamaat-e-Islami is the only party which qualify the definition of a democratic party at the moment. We should not expect any revolutionary measures from these political groups, while the temperament of our people is also not revolutionary, as the actions of a revolutionary speaks louder than his words. PML-N leader urged the all segments of society to play their role in their own ambits for a real change in the country, while the masses must use their right of vote to reject or elect the people of their choice. He said that the people should not vote for a favourite political party but for a better candidate with good track record. He said that similarly the political leaders should respect the party heads and not worship them. Our people believes in romanticism, as they first romanced with Bhutto then Nawaz Sharif and now with a new man, however they should take decisions regarding national matters keeping in view the leaders achievements on ground for the masses. Professor Dr Mumtaz Hassan said that Ram Kapoor and Randheer Singh were sitting in KEMU Hall today instead of Muslim students and teachers if Pakistan was not created. He said that there were pools of corpse around the Mayo Hospital when Pakistan came into being in 1947. He said, Today people ask what this country has done for us. We never think that what we have done for our country. Pakistan is an ideological state but we have forgotten the ideology. Mumtaz said, We have no identity if a separate homeland for the Muslims of sub-continent had not come into being. Dr MA Soofi said that the people who lived with Hindus could tell the reality of ideology of Pakistan. He said that there was a different source of water for Hindus and Muslims, while a Muslim had to drink water with his hands from a Hindu water source. He said that Muslims living with Hindus were considered as Shudras, while a Hindu Baniya washed his hands if his hand touches the hand of a Muslim. Professor Dr Asad Aslam said that Pakistani students were bringing a good name to the country across the world despite the fact that country has become a hub of various troubles. He said, The young students of KEMU should remember the character of Colonel Elahi Buksh, who was the student of this institution and personal physician of Quaid-i-Azam, as he kept the news of the serious illness of Quaid to himself. He said that Lord Mountbatten written in his book that he might delay the partition of the sub-continent if he knew about the state of affairs of Quaid-i-Azams health.