LAHORE - Rulers should take immediate steps to stop India from water aggression against Pakistan, as the New Delhi has already made 72 dams and going to build 34 more that will not only barren our motherland but also turn it into a land of skeletons, says Nawabzada Mansoor Khan, president Pakistan Democratic Front (PDF). He expressed these views while addressing a seminar of PDF held in connection with Pakistan Day at Lahore Press Club on Tuesday. Nawaz Gondal said Pakistan came into existence under the charismatic leadership of Quaid-i-Azam who had in his mind the picture of truly democratic Muslim state where rule of law and constitution would be given top priority. He said Kalabagh Dam was vital for the country, however, a consensus was needed among all the provinces to take up this project. Abdul Rauf Sasooli said Lahore Resolution was not implemented, as it was completely forgotten after the existence of Pakistan. He said restoring the confidence among all the provinces was a must before taking up the vital project of Kalabagh Dam. Qazi Abdul Qadeer Khamosh said a unified education system was need of the hour to put the country on the road to progress. The rulers should ensure provision of all basic amenities to every citizen of this country, he said. Dr Sabiha Al Mashriqi said the successive governments failed to achieve the objectives that were envisioned by Quaid-i-Azam after the creation of Pakistan. Barrister Yusuf said March 23 reminds us about the greatest achievement of the Muslims of Sub-continent but the rulers and people of this country forgot the sacrifices rendered by their leaders. PDF leaders including Aziz Awan, Joseph Francis, Martin Javed, Rana Abdul Rasheed, Faisal Mehmmod Khan, Qari Muhammad Rabbani, Maulana Abubakar Farooqi and others also attended the seminar.