KARACHI - Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Quaid, Altaf Hussain, on Friday said that the MQM would support every sincere government efforts for establishing a permanent and durable peace in Karachi. Speaking at a joint meeting of the MQM Coordination Committee in London and Pakistan, MQM Chief Altaf Hussain said that MQM had always given preference to the interests of the country and would continue to work for the collective interest of the country and the nation. He expressed his concerns over power outages, loadshedding, unavailability of natural gas and other problems being faced by the people during the holy month of Ramazan. He said that power outages even at the times of Sehr and Iftar were causing immense problems to the people. He said that it was the foremost responsibility of the government to find solutions to the problems being faced by the public. The government must take effective measure to ameliorate the problems such as unemployment, inflation, loadshedding, and unavailability of gas, besides working for restoring peace and stability in Karachi and other parts of the country. He pointed out that unemployment, inflation and scarcity of basic necessities were also important factors contributing in the deteriorating law and order situation in the country. Altaf Hussain said that MQM wanted peace in Karachi and in the country. It also wants uninterrupted economic and financial activities in the city so that people are able to live peacefully. He demanded of the government to compensate the people affected by the attacks of terrorist and directed the Coordination Committee to make contacts with other all the religious and political parties and scholars of various schools of thought for bringing peace in Karachi. He also asked them to help the people affected by terrorism in every possible manner. Altaf also directed the Coordination Committee to present their points of view in TV talk shows in a polite manner. He asked them to use cogent arguments in support of their point of views and not be provoked into using acrimonious language.