KARACHI - Sindh Cabinet Saturday decided to give Rs5000 as Eid relief to the flood affectees, who have been registered in the flood relief camps. The provincial cabinet also gave approval of an official data of financial losses of Rs447.8 billion, with over 7 million people displaced due to the devastating floodwater in the Sindh province, to be claimed in the Council of Common Interest (CCI), which is meeting under PM Yousuf Raza Gilanis chairmanship in Islamabad tomorrow (Monday). However, the performance of Sindh Health and Irrigation Departments was criticised in the cabinet meeting due to their alleged poor performance regarding provision of medical facilities to the IDPs and strengthening of the embankments of Indus River. The provincial cabinet which met under the chairmanship of Sindh CM Qaim Ali Shah discussed the relief operation and losses occurred to the Sindh province due to devastating floods. Sources told The Nation that ministers from PPP criticised the role of Health Department, saying that the people were dying due to gastroenteritis, diarrhoea and other diseases, but the doctors of health department were not present at relief camps. Sources also confirmed that the MQM and PPP ministers levelled allegations against each other during the meeting. There were demands from the MQM and PML-F ministers and advisors for judicial inquiry into the alleged artificial cut to Tori Embankment on Indus River, which caused inundation of number of cities, villages and displaced hundreds and thousands of people from their homes. But CM Sindh said if any person has proof regarding artificial cut to Tori Embankment, then govt can initiate judicial inquiry into this matter. Meanwhile, briefing the decisions of Cabinet meeting, Advisor to CM for Planning Department Kaisar Bengali said that Sindh govt also decided to initiate registration of the IDPs through NADRA, adding that to ensure transparency, the govt will give compensation money to the head of family through Debt /ATM card in their bank accounts. Kaisar Bengali briefed the cabinet about the financial losses, in which Rs447.8 billion losses occurred to the Sindh province in term of floodwater devastation, which collapsed thousands of houses, roads, schools, hospitals, displacing 7 million people. They said the data of the financial losses occurred to Sindh was till 27 August 2010, while more towns and villages of Dadu district came under flood water are except of it. He criticised Federal Flood Commission and NDMA, saying that Sindh govt will not accept federal organisations data regarding losses in Sindh, but provincial govt will assess financial losses by its own organisations. The cabinet was informed that out of 7 million displaced people, only 1.3 million people are living in the camps, while remaining IDPs living alongside the roads and at their relatives.