MEHMOODKOT (Reuters) - A month after countrys worst natural disaster, those most affected have lost almost everything they had. But the ruling political party is losing things too: It is losing the poors vote. In Mehmoodkot, 40km east of Multan in southern Punjab, day labourer Mohammad Ramazan says he wont vote again for his representative in Parliament because she has done nothing for his demolished village. He said Hina Rabbani Khar, minister of state for finance and economic affairs, just drove through the village after the floods and didnt stop. I thought she would take care of us, but it did not happen, he said. In the campaign, they promise a lot, but they do not take care of us. The floods have deepened anger with the government of President Asif Ali Zardari, who also heads the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP). Khar, a PPP member of parliament, told Reuters she had been to the village three times since the floods ripped through Pakistan, forcing at least 6 million from their homes and killing more than 1,600 people. Tell me who is ready to deal with the disaster like this, Khar said. We all saw what happened with Katrina in the United States. ... Here you are looking at a slow-moving disaster, literally inching forward, through the length of your country. Her explanations dont matter much to Ramazan, who lost two children to diarrhoea in the past month. Rukhsana and Abdulhakim were just two years old and five months old. Weve been shattered, he said. At this point we have nothing. I have nothing to give to my children. Eid is coming, but I have nothing. Though the village is 20 km from the Indus, it was inundated from two directions because local officials tried to block the floodwaters by diverting the river into a nearby canal. That broke, however, submerging Ramazans home in 8-10 feet of water. Water from another canal hit the town from another direction shortly after that. We lost crops, sugarcane, cotton, said Rana Farmanullah, a resident and employee of Punjabs agriculture and water management service. We left the houses, but when we returned, we didnt find anything. Robbers took everything. Electronics, jewellery. The whole village was looted. He blames the local and federal government for making the disaster worse after the past month, he said. People are getting aid that dont need it, he said, such as politicians supporters. Its beyond my understanding why this is happening and why they (the government) have not been able to cope with this situation, said Ramazan. I dont know what is the solution and how long we must face this problem. The government is responsible for all this, echoed Farmanullah. They can do it, they have the power. But they are not doing it. Not so, counters Khar. Its huge, its absolutely huge, she said. From my constituency there are 21 union councils, 20 of them severely, severely affected. ... So the scale of the disaster is huge. People said they need jobs more than charity or aid. We dont need charity or anything, Farmanullah said. That would make us beggars. ... We are poor, but we are hard workers. Please dont make us beggars.