ISLAMABAD - Citing the recently published Oxfam report, according to which 36 per cent Pakistanis are living undernourished, Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) termed it a matter of serious concern for the country. In such a situation when inflation is in double digits and growth rate is only two per cent, there is a need for change in the old system, said MQM senior leader Dr Farooq Sattar while talking to media in an Iftar dinner organised for journalists. He said the country had been witnessing the old ad-hoc and feudal system for the last 64 years. Only two per cent privileged class is ruling the masses. No significant positive change is seen in the country, he said observing that polio cases were increasing in the country. He further said the leaders of countries should work for development. Weather of Karachi has become the Londons weather... while Londons situation has turned as Karachis unrest during last some days, he added. He avoided commenting on Karachi situation, commissionerate system and formation of new provinces. He congratulated the dinner participants for the upcoming 64 Independence Day (August 14).