ISLAMABAD - The parliamentarians on Monday in the National Assembly resumed debate on the price hike in the country and warned the ruling coalition of an Egypt-like revolution if it failed to bring down inflation. Taking part in the debate, Sardar Bahadur Khan Sehar of PML-Q stressed on the need for forming a constitutional committee to introduce effective legislation to control inflation in the country. He demanded of the government to establish consumer courts on the district-level. He was of the view that the people of South Punjab, Balochistan and Interior Sindh were badly affected by this price hike. He said that the government should give incentives to the farmers while law and order should be improved to stop the flight of capital from the country. However, Khawaja Sheraz, a MNA from PML-Q, demanded of the government to announce the revival of local body system, as they could better control the inflation in their respective union councils. It is their task to control prices of the commodities in the country, he added. MNA Abdul Qadir of MQM pointed out the increase in the prices of different commodities and asked the government to improve the economic situation of the country. The policymaking institutions and the Parliament should remember the situation of Egypt, and Tunisia. The government should have a proper import and export policy. The onion is being exported to India despite its shortage in Pakistan, he added. He demanded formation of a price commission and price control committees. Zafar Baig Bhittani was of the view that the voice of poor would not be restricted to Egypt and Tunisia. The situation in Pakistan is worse than these countries and just a single slogan can bring the people on roads against inflation, corruption and the corrupts sitting here, he said. He also accused the government of protecting Ameen Qasim Dada and helping him flee. MNA Marvi Memon warned the government of a civil disobedience if corruption, foreign interference, price hike, terrorism, extremism, constitutional violations, land grabbing, selling of jobs, loadshedding, unemployment and women violence were not controlled. However, MNA Ayaz Ameer said that the people of Egypt and other Arab countries were not on the roads for these reasons but there were some political issues.