ISLAMABAD Notwithstanding the fact that millions of rupees had been spent to hold the National Assembly session to discuss the plight and miseries of the flood-affected people, the rhetoric of Ch Nisar Ali Khan and Farooq Sattar engulfed the major portion of the proceedings of the Lower House on Friday. Speaking on the point of order, Leader of Opposition Ch Nisar Ali Khan said that the only way to bring reforms in the system was through the parliament as no military dictator could plug the loopholes of the system. MQM has been getting benefits from the existing system and now is talking about changing it, he said. He said a man sitting in UK could not bring revolution, therefore MQM chief should first come to the country for the purpose. I accept that feudal and capitalist system did harm to the country but the major damage has been done by hypocrisy, he added. Before talking about Takht-e-Lahore, MQM should get rid of Takht-e-Bartania and take oath of allegiance with Takht-e-Pakistan, he said adding that MQM had its hand in bloodshed in Karachi. He said he along with Mian Shahbaz Sharif had called on Chief of Army Staff, General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani but not to hatch any conspiracy against the PPP Government. He said if Altaf Hussain continued making such statements, the Pakistani Government should call British High Commission for clarification. Talking about the fundraising by the Army, Nisar said that the raising of funds by Army was not legal while ISPR should not issue press releases as Defence Ministry was there to issue press releases about the armys working in the flood-affected areas. Responding to Ch Nisars speech, Farooq Sattar said that the speech of Nisar had disappointed the nation as the country was already passing through crises. Mian Shahbaz Sharif is also talking about bloody revolution like Altaf Hussain, he said. Meanwhile, Pakistan Muslim League (Q) walked out of the National Assembly session to protest against the speeches by the leader of opposition Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan and parliamentary leader of MQM Farooq Sattar. PML-Q leader Faisal Saleh Hayat said that the two parliamentarians instead of focusing on flood situation in their speeches blamed each other for one or the other reason. Later, Interior Minister Rehman Malik brought them back in the House. The proceedings of the House were then adjourned to discuss the flood and post-flood situation in the country. The legislators Khawaja Saad Rafiqu, Jamshed Dasti, Raza Hayat Hiraj, Amir Muqam and Changaiz Jamali took part in the debate. The legislators demanded judicial as well as Parliamentary inquiry with regard to the flood in Muzaffargarh and Balochistan. MNA Changaiz Jamali came down hard on the Sindh Government alleging that it drowned a large area of Balochistan to safe Sindh. Dasti however alleged that Muzaffargarh could have been kept safe but the concerned provincial department was incapable of handling the floodwater.