KARCHI - Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), chief Altaf Hussain, on Thursday criticised the foreign diplomats, saying that they were busy lobbying to get RGST passed from the Parliament. He urged the political and religious parties of the country to hold a long march against the emerging interference of United States, IMF and World Bank into the affairs of country. Addressing his party workers on the occasion of Youm-e-Shuhada at Jinnah Ground here, the MQM chief asked the nation to be ready for a French-like revolution, if it wanted to get itself liberated from the slavery of the worlds powers. He urged the leadership of political and religious parties, anchorpersons, columnists and intellectuals to devise a policy against the increasing influence of United States, IMF and World Bank in Pakistan. The MQM meeting has adopted a resolution against the imposition of flood tax and RGST. Altaf said that the people had rejected the unjust imposition of RGST. He said that once again the country needed the sacrifices and asked the people to come forward for the sake of Pakistan. Supreme Court needs to establish a judicial commission in the country to conduct inquiry into taxes being paid by the legislators, he added. Altaf said that respectable nations made their relations with other nations on the equal basis and criticised the influence of foreign countries in the internal policies of Pakistan. He said that Pakistan was passing through a crucial juncture of the time, saying that the internal and external sovereignty of the country was on the stake. Altaf Hussain called for bringing those who looted the national exchequer to justice. He demanded of the Government to hold a referendum on the imposition of RGST and impose tax on the feudal lords. He said that the poor people would not pay the tax unless the rulers paid the taxes. If president, prime minister, ministers, MNAs and MPAs will pay taxes then every person of the country will follow their footsteps, he added. He said that the rich people should be taxed, if the Government wanted to improve revenue generation.