ISLAMABAD - Floodwaters had hardly begun to recede when the credible voices against massive corruption by the government bodies started echoing from across the flood-hit areas in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Khawaja Muhammad Khan Hoti, an MNA from Mardan representing Awami National Party, reportedly met a top official of a United Nations agency, urging the UN official to make sure that the entire humanitarian aid distribution for flood affectees in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa was carried out by the UN without any involvement of the provincial government. The meeting was held recently and the UN official reportedly assured the MNA to take up the issue with KP Government. When contacted, Nawabzada Hoti confirmed to have met the senior UN official on the aforementioned subject. UN bodies have a transparent record, they should take complete control of the aid distribution of relief items in KP, he suggested while talking to TheNation on Tuesday. Sharing views on an emotional note, Hoti slammed his party-led Government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for massive corruption, alleging that the KP Government had traversed all the records of rampant corruption. My heart bleeds when I see that people of my area are deprived of any humanitarian aid, you have no idea what the situation is exactly there, he uttered. Nawabzada alleged that KP Government had received billions of rupees as humanitarian aid but it had gobbled major part of the aid. In this regard, he said, patwaris are playing key role in the preparation of fake lists of the recipients of Watan Cards, which are being distributed only in the electoral constituencies of ANP leaders. He said that not a penny in the form of humanitarian aid had been spent in his constituency in Mardan. According to MNA, numerous villages in Charsadda and Nowshera were yet to receive any humanitarian aid. Hoti categorically slammed the role of Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) in aid distribution, saying that the corruption-ridden body, with the patronage of Chief Minister KP, had gobbled billions of rupees. The Chief Minister is distributing relief items for flood affectees in his own constituency, which is not a flood-hit region, and the blue-eyed constituencies are being accommodated, he said. Hoti further alleged that officials of civil administration had bribed their high-ups to get postings in flood-hit areas for the ulterior motives of making money at the cost of flood-hit areas. He said the corrupt practices were going on with the direct involvement of ANP Chief Asfandyar Wali, and senior ANP leaders including Azam Khan Hoti and Ameer Haider Khan Hoti. It asks for a recall that former federal minister Nawabzada Khawaja Muhammad Khan Hoti had submitted an application in the Supreme Court against the corruption of his own party on October 1, 2010. Apart from that, TheNation on August 29 this year had first reported that ethnic discrimination and political preferences had marred flood aid activities in KP.