LAHORE - A delegation of Pakistan Flour Mills Association has ignored the majority millers and made a clandestine deal with Government to call off strike without taking members into confidence who held parlays yesterday against the ban of Punjab wheat and flour to Sindh and Balochistan. As per detail, flour millers of country went on strike till the end of the ban on Punjab wheat and flour to Sindh and Balochistan and halted grinding for last five days announced by PFMA. They showed their resentment against the Sindh Food Minister Nadir Magsi who had put ban on Punjab wheat and flour to Sindh and Balochistan. However, the delegation met with Federal Food Minister Nazar Muhammad Gondal and agreed to hold a dialogue over the issue. Sources privy to PFMA Pakistan Flour Mills Association and Punjab Flour Mills Association confided to The Nation that most of the millers were not taken into confidence in ending strike because Minister Gondal failed to convince the Minister Nadar Magsi to allow entry of Punjab wheat to Sindh and Balochistan even after struggle of one month. Flour millers of Punjab threatened that they would go on strike again if Federal government would deceive them, saying all the responsibility of flour shortage in market would be laid on Federal government. Chairmen of Central and Punjab Flour Mills Association were not available when contacted to know about the facts why flour millers of Bahawalpur, Bahawalnagar, Rahimyar Khan and DG Khan and other districts were not taken into confidence. Sources privy to the Punjab flour millers alleged that the end of strike was made under the pressures of Federal government.