KARACHI - Altaf Hussain, the MQM chief, has requested the government to call an All Parties Conference to discuss the current crises of growing Talibanisation, country's critical situation and economic crises. He appealed that all political and religious parties should participate in this conference. He further appealed for calling an urgent session of all Chambers of Commerce of the country and small investors to discuss the stock market commotion. He expressed these views in an important session at the MQM International Secretariat London attended by members of MQM Coordination Committee Saleem Shahzad, Muhammad Anwar, Waseem Aftab, Mustafa Azizabadi, Asif Siddiqui, Qasim Raza and member of Sindh assembly Nisar Panhwar. Hussain said that the deteriorating situation of the country and the economic and trade crises had compelled industrialists and investors to come out on the streets. On the other hand, the situation in tribal areas is deteriorating rapidly with every passing day. Taliban has given ultimatum to the ANP government in NWFP to resign in five days or face the consequences. Every citizen of the country is concerned, however, the government is yet to take any strong action. He appealed the government that the current scenario and the national unity and integrity demands that an All Parties Conference is called to formulate a clear line of action to address and tackle the growing Talibanisation in Pakistan, political and economic crises, closure of industries, inflation, unemployment, loadshedding, energy crises and other issues. All coalition partners and the Opposition parties should also be invited and a joint line of action to be formulated with consensus of all. He further advised the government to call an urgent session of all the stock exchanges of the country and the investors to discuss the economic crises and the stock market commotion. Hussain said that Pakistan came into being as a result of enormous sacrifices. The country has already been disintegrated into two parts and now the remaining Pakistan had been facing a critical situation. Therefore, people from all walks of life should come forward and show national unity. He reminded that the MQM had already offered its unconditional support to the government. He appealed to the citizens of Pakistan not to get despondent and remain united.