LAHORE - Jamaat-e-Islami Secretary General Liaquat Baloch said on Thursday the government had not given a clear agenda for the return of the flood affectees to their homes and for their rehabilitation. In a press statement here, he said Prime Minister Gilani had estimated flood losses at 43 billion dollars, but arranging such a huge amount was an uphill task especially because of the world communitys distrust in the Pakistani rulers and there was a big gap between the government and the world donor agencies. He said the country was already under heavy debt of the IMF and World Bank and the entire debt burden had been passed on to the masses in the form of repeated price raise. During the PPP rule, the prices of essential goods had risen three hundred times, he said. He said the flood-affected masses were cursing the rulers who had never visited them in distress while the feudal lords had breached protective bunds to save their lands and palaces.