KARACHI - MQM chief Altaf Hussain on Monday demanded of the President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minsiter Yousaf Raza Gilani to call an All Parties Conference with a view to obtain consensus to steer the country out of the present crises. He said that war against terrorism was in fact the war on Pakistan as its citizens had become target of suicide bombing. He urged the people to come forward to fight Talibanisation of the society and warned the government that country's sovereignty would be damaged if the rulers failed to take serious steps to curb extremism. Altaf expressed these views while addressing a meeting of party workers, MQM senators and members of national and provincial assemblies at party's international secretariat in London. He said that religious extremism and Talibanisation had become serious threats to national economy. He added that due to the spate of suicide bombings, foreign investors were fleeing from the country. Referring to the in-camera briefing to parliamentarians, MQM chief demanded the government to brief the people at large about the suicide bombers. He said these elements were misguiding people saying that hundreds of Pakistanis had been killed in suicide bombings. Altaf underlined the need to establish regional committees to maintain peace different areas. He directed the MQM lawmakers to raise their voice in Parliament against the emerging threat of Talibanisation in the country.