HYDERABAD - As many as Rs14 million was collected in a charity function titled "Sufi Musical Night" organised by Save the Flood and Disaster Victims held at Mumtaz Mirza Auditorium, Sindh Museum Hyderabad Sunday night. A large number of dignitaries including Federal Minister Maula Bux Chandio, former state minister Shagufta Jumani, Sindh Assembly Speaker Nisar Khuhro, Sindh Cultural Minister Sassui Palijo and others attended the programme. They opined that PPP and its government would not leave the flood victims alone in this difficult time but to strive hard till their permanent rehabilitation. They appealed to philanthropists, organisations, indigenous and international organisations to come forward without wasting further time and to cooperate with Sindh government in relief and rehabilitation activities by providing technical and financial support. They termed devastation caused by recent torrential rains as historical. Chandio said that PPP was working to help rain victims but simultaneously our opponents were exploiting the situation and had made an issue of natural disaster by misguiding the people for their political motives. He ruled out the impression of any big political change, adding that the opponents are now experiencing loneliness due to their wrong policies. Sindh Assembly Speaker Nisar Ahmed Khuhro said that federal and Sindh governments were seriously engaged in providing relief to the flood affectees but the political opponents instead of helping government to cope with the natural disaster, were creating hurdles in the relief and rehabilitation work only to serve their own interest. Sindh Cultural Minister Sassui Palijo appealed to the United Nations, other national and international organisations to extend meaningful help to the Sindh government to cope with the situation with success.