ISLAMABAD - Following the natural disaster in the country, the session of the National Assembly that is scheduled for August 9 is likely to be postponed, as the parliamentarians are busy in relief activities in their respective constituencies. Pakistan Peoples Party MNA from Peshawar, Noor Aalam Khan, while talking to TheNation said that it was a time to remain in flood-hit areas to help the affectees. Parliamentarians including Federal as well as Provincial Ministers should visit these areas to share the grievances of the victims and ensure the smooth relief activities, he said and added that the ministers who were abroad should also come back to rescue the poor nation. He further said that he had been requesting the KP Government to ensure the supply of relief goods in his constituency and despite several requests people in his constituency were still waiting for relief goods. There is no transparency in the distribution of relief goods as many of such relief goods are being sold in the markets of Peshawar and other areas, he added. Urging the Federal and Provincial Ministers to visit affected areas by road rather than aerial view, he alleged that the claims of the Provincial Government regarding relief works were false. Charsadda Road is still blocked, he said while requesting the Provincial Government to rush to his constituency for relief activities. Meanwhile, there are reports that Deputy Speaker National Assembly Faisal Karim Kundi has requested Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, Speaker National Assembly and the Leader of the Opposition to postpone the upcoming National Assembly session due to the national disaster. On the other hand, the Prime Minister has also called a special cabinet meeting today (Wednesday) on a single point agenda to discuss the latest situation arising due to heavy rains and floods in the country, and to devise a comprehensive strategy for the future course in this regard. The postponement of the NA session may be discussed in the meeting.