ISLAMABAD Opposition Leader in the National Assembly and key leader of PML-N, Ch Nisar Ali Khan, has announced that his party will move a privilege motion in the House against the statement of MQM Quaid Altaf Hussain. Addressing a press conference at his chamber in the Parliament House on Monday, Nisar said no sane person could demand such things at a time when the country was confronting enormous problems. He was of the view that Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry should take a suo moto notice of the statement as it was against the democratic dispensation in the country. He accused the MQM of following double standards, saying on one hand Altaf Hussain was demanding imposition of martial law for large-scale corruption by the rulers while on the other hand his parliamentary party in the National Assembly was supporting a draft accountability bill which did not ensure transparency. If MQM seriously wants to eradicate corruption, it should quit the NA Standing Committee for Law and Justice and support the PML-N to get the requisite clauses added into the draft bill, Nisar maintained. He was not convinced that military establishment could be behind this move and was of the view that GHQ could not afford such adventurism when the country was already facing so many problems threatening both the integrity and national security. Coming down hard on the ruling PPP, Nisar said there had been no better change in the governance system of the country despite passage of the 18th Amendment, adding all powers remained with President Zardari. Answering a question, he advised the Prime Minister Gilani to act within his own limits and make no commitment which he could not fulfil. He said Nawaz Sharif was scheduled to address at Punjab House but Prime Minister Gilani insisted to make a joint event when they held a meeting and agreed to set up a transparent flood commission. ANP President Asfandyar Wali Khan and Dr Farooq Sattar of the MQM were taken on board before the Prime Minister and PML-N Quaid addressed their press conference, Nisar added. Answering another question, he said Pakistan couldnt afford to rely on foreign loans and PML-Ns proposal for transparent flood commission was the best mechanism to steer the country out of the floods-related crisis.