LAHORE - India has constructed 62 dams to barren Pakistan, but Occupied Kashmir would bring these dams to the country, as freedom struggle in the Held Valley is bound to succeed. Jamaat-ud-Dawa Ameer Hafiz Muhammad Saeed while speaking at a seminar further said that Kashmiris had kept alive Jihad-e-Kashmir by sacrificing their lives and by the Grace of Almighty Allah, Occupied Kashmir would become part of Pakistan. The seminar titled 'Pakistans Internal and Foreign Policy and Outside Interference was organised by the Nation at the Hamid Nizami Hall here on Monday. Editor-in-Chief The Nation Majid Nizami was also present on this occasion. Saeed said that Pakistani nation would express solidarity with Kashmiris on February 5, 2010, as it would not take a single step back on the issue of Kashmir liberation. Though the PPP and PML-N criticised Gen (r) Pervez Musharraf on his Kashmir policy, but still both the parties were pursuing the same, he observed and demanded of the Parliament to review all the internal and external policies. He opined that the government should stick to a strong line and would not take any such step that was against our national interest. Pakistan came into existence on the basis of 'Kalma-e-Tayiba but we failed to transform our economic and administrative structure according to the guidelines of Islam, he noted and added that the crises faced by the country resulted, as we distanced ourselves from the true teachings and principles of Islam. The JuD Chief stated that the people who grabbed power taking benefit from the death of Benazir Bhutto were being controlled from abroad. Pakistan needs such rulers who safeguard the sovereignty of the country and play their role for the liberation of Kashmir. He remarked that he was foreseeing a bright future, as the America and its allies would face a crushing defeat in the region and they would retreat not only from Afghanistan but also from Middle East. He said that India was worried about its fate after the withdrawal of the US from the region but India should listen carefully that it would be held accountable for every single life of Kashmiri and also its role in former East Pakistan, he remarked. He said that the US think tanks and media had been talking about disintegration of Pakistan in 2020 but neither the PPP nor the PML-N questioned them. Drone attacks were the result of Musharrafs policies, he added and deplored that the President and Prime Minister merely condemned the attacks, but the drones kept on attacking the soil of Pakistan. Editor-in-Chief The Nation Majid Nizami prayed that may Allah Almighty give the rulers courage to fulfill their sacred obligations of safeguarding the sanctity of the Holy Prophet (PBUH). Paying tributes to Majid Nizami, Hafiz Saeed said that Nawa-i-Waqt Group was the guardian of our ideology adding that Mr Nizami is the leader and the commander in chief. Aghi Programme Students of Govt Girls High School PAF Base Lahore Cantt visited Aiwan-e-Karkunan-e-Tehreek-e-Pakistan on an educational tour under the Pakistan Aghi programme of Nazaria Pakistan Trust (NPT). The students were shown around the picture gallery of Tehreek-e-Pakistan where they were given a detailed briefing about over 550 rare and historic photographs of leaders of Tehreek-e-Pakistan and pictures of the freedom movement. In the meanwhile, NPT mobile ideological educational unit 1 led by Prof Muhammad Saeed Sheikh visited The Epic High School Model Town to deliver a lecture on ideology of Pakistan. Similarly, the ideological unit 2 led by its coordinator Abdus Salam visited Govt MPE High School Shahdra where senior Headmaster Muhammad Aslam Kreemi chaired the function. Unit NO 4 led by Muzamul Hussain visited City District Government Boys High School Wahdat Road. Iftikhar Ahmed Gondal presided over the programme in the school. Unit No 5 with Nadeem Raza Sheikh visited The Knowledge School LDA Scheme where Abid Hashmi chaired the function. In the end, quiz ceremonies were held separately at Aiwan-e-Karkunan-e-Tehreek-e-Pakistan and other institutions wherein questions were asked about Pakistan Movement and poetry of Allama Iqbal. The winners were awarded prizes while sets of books were given for the libraries of the institutions.