LAHORE - Punjab University Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran Monday chaired a special meeting of deans, heads of departments and senior teachers and strongly condemned the NATO aerial strikes on Pakistani checkposts in Mohmand Agency, Addressing the meeting, Dr Kamran said war on terror was not our own war but we lost 40 thousand lives and we created a lot of problems for ourselves. He said American writers had also termed the war on terror as a drama and America had been sending its Armed Forces in various countries of the world. He said US and Pakistani people were facing the same enemy, which was a group of international bankers. He said US Congress had passed such laws during the last ten years, which reflect dictatorship. He said the war in the region was unavoidable according to plan of the US elite and Pakistani people and government should realise this reality and all should prepare themselves in every field. The VC urged the media cover the Occupy Wall Street movement through their own resources in spite of depending on foreign media and they would see how US people were against these rich groups. He said Churchill called the group as High Cabal. He said the group of rich bankers wanted to establish One World government. Strongly condemning the incident, the meeting unanimously passed a resolution in which it was said that we consider the incident as an attack and unannounced war on Pakistans sovereignty. It was also said in the resolution that the varsity teachers stand united with the Pakistan Armed Forces, feel sympathy and fully share the grief of bereaved families. The teachers fully agreed with the Pakistans viewpoint and steps taken after the incident. Especially, resolution said, NATO supply should be banned permanently. The faculty members hoped that the government would always speak of the feelings of the nation. The meeting also demanded the CIA, Black Water and other secret agencies immediately stop destructive activities. If any official of the agencies is apprehended, must be punished according to the law. The meeting said Pakistan did not want war but the war was being imposed on it and demanded that the govt should make preparations for this unavoidable war in all the fields so that sovereignty of the country could be ensured at all costs.