ISLAMABAD Opposition Leader in the National Assembly Ch Nisar Ali Khan, Thursday, said the silence (of parliamentarians) over the pro-martial law statement of MQM Chief Altaf Hussain was a sin and the biggest threat to the country as well as democratic system. However, he said, Whenever someone talks against the interest of the country PML-N will play its role to save the country. It was decided in the Charter of Democracy that no political party would ever support martial law in the country. The statement of MQM chief has breached the privilege of PML-N and an adjournment motion has also been submitted in this regard. Nisar was speaking on a point of order in the Lower House. He urged the NA Speaker Dr Fehmida Mirza to consider that adjournment motion. He said that the session was called on the requisition of PML-N, however, the Government or Business Advisory Committee did not contact them to set the agenda of the 24th session of the National Assembly. He said whenever a national disaster hit any country, the Governments immediately called the session to discuss and handle the situation with consensus and unity but Our government postponed the session despite several promises. Finally, we have to requisite this session. Talking about the commission regarding flood, he said the government had announced constituting three commissions but failed to constitute even a single one. He added that during the session, the MPs could give a good message to international community and the people that their representatives were serious to help out their flood-affected people. However, responding to the Opposition Leader, MQM leader Farooq Sattar said they were not the slaves of Takht-e-Lahore and no body should try to threaten them. He said that MQM wanted to change the system but did not want to remove government and this was the stance of its leadership. He said people had the right to know about the self-exile and other issues. He said that his party had submitted adjournment motion regarding self-exile of Mian Nawaz Sharif and some other issues. All these should be discussed in the National Assembly. Talking about the session he said it should continue for next two days as after that the MPs could go back to their constituencies for relief and rehabilitation of their people. Earlier, the National Assembly paid tribute to the Federal Minister Razaq Thaheem who had passed away a day earlier (Wednesday).