Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has announced convening of an all parties conference to discuss post-flood crises facing the country. The PM told the National Assembly on Saturday that the floods wrought severe devastation in the country, adding that 4,000 kms roads have been swept away while ripe crops on 140,0000 hectares land got damaged, a private TV reported. "Pakistan Peoples Party is not out to gain political mileage", the PM said, adding that the quorum of the House is complete despite the Oppositions anti-government agenda for the requisitioned session. He ruled out Oppositions allegations that the central government ignored Punjab in aid provision, adding that all the provinces get an equal share of relief fund, the record of which has been given to the Opposition leader and provincial governments. He maintained that 135 planeloads have been sent to Punjab alone.