ISLAMABAD Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Ch Nisar Ali Khan said that his party would withdraw privilege motions against Muttahida Qaumi Movement chief Altaf Hussain, if he ate his remarks regarding martial law. Addressing a press conference here at Punjab House on Saturday afternoon, PML-N central leader Ch Nisar Ali Khan came down hard on MQM for its terrorism based politics and warned their leadership to stop mudslinging on the political forces in the country otherwise they would expose their wrongdoings in the Parliament. He further said that though the statement of Altaf Hussain was against the Government but being a true democrat party they came forward and thwart the move against the democratic system in the country. He said that they had vowed to protect the Constitution and would not let anyone to cast negative eye on the democratic system in the country. He further said that they had requisitioned the National Assembly session, starting from September 2, on a one-point agenda of discussing the derogatory statement of MQM chief Altaf Hussain against the incumbent political system. He said that his party was providing assistance to hapless affected people of floods beyond politics, adding that Mian Nawaz Sharif visited the PMs House with the same spirit, however, the PM forgot to call the meeting for formation of the flood commission. He asked the Government to take the Parliament into confidence regarding international donations and informed the nation about rehabilitation of the flood-hit people. He said that though Federal Government had not extended any help to Punjab Government, the latter had decided to provide Rs 20,000 to each affected family so that they could at least construct a shelter before the coming winter. To a question, he said that no single political party had supported the statement of Altaf Hussain, as entire system could not be dubbed as corrupt and incompetent owing to the follies and failure of a few politicians. He held that the Army should have given its reaction over the statement of Altaf Hussain.