OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE Expressing concerns over the Indian water aggression and indifference of the rulers towards this important issue, speakers at a seminar stressed upon the need of taking effective measures for constructing reservoirs and launching hydel power generation projects to save agriculture and industry in Pakistan. Pakistan Water and Power Action Committee organised the seminar here at Al-Hamra on Sunday. Addressing the participants, PML-N Youth Wing Chief and MNA Capt (r) Muhammad Safdar said that he would give a proposal to the party leadership to launch a movement against Indian water aggression. He assured the participants to raise voice at the assembly floor and on every platform on this important issue. He said that Pakistan signed Indus Water Treaty for the sake of peace in the region but the world community was bent upon depriving Pakistan of her due rights. He said that it was a pity that the rulers were not constructing any mega project for future generations. He said that the rulers were neither constructing dams nor starting any hydel power generation projects for ending water and energy crises in the country. He said that hydel projects of 59, 000 MW and reservoirs of 45 million acre feet were in the cold storage and the government was spending huge money on non-developmental expenditures. He said that the PML-N would continue its fight against the rulers taking decisions against public interests. Chief Coordinator of the Conference Atif Ayoub Meo said that the youths would not act as silent spectators and would raise effective voice against Indian water aggression. He stressed upon the rulers to take a clear stance on the Kashmir issue and work for saving the life line of Pakistan. He said that the stance over Kishan Ganga was weak. He urged the youths to play its role in ending water and energy crises in the country.