ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has said that incumbent government never discriminated between the parliamentarian of treasury and opposition benches and provided development funds to all MNAs. Responding to a question during question hour session here in the National Assembly on Thursday, the Prime Minister said that the credit goes to this government for providing funds across the board as governments in the past always ignored the opposition members in the matter. Premier Gilani told the House that the government releases development funds in three categories. Under public works Rs 10 million per year are released to every MNA, besides budget is passed for the government sector development programme every year while Rs 300 million is fixed for Public sector development fund (PSDP) that will be utilised in the current fiscal year, the Prime Minister said while adding that he monitored the development projects for one hour daily. Talking about the Prime Minister's Fund, PM Gilani told the Lower House that it was the prerogative of Prime Minister to give it to anybody for smaller projects however if any institution wants to get this fund then he has to submit his application in the Prime Minister's secretariat. To a supplementary question Premier Gilani said that during his tenure as Speaker National Assembly he gave the ruling that the development funds be released across the board however the then prime minister Benazir Bhutto was of the view that it was the prerogatives of the government and speaker was not part of the government. The House was also informed that that during last three years 13,805 development schemes were proposed by the parliamentarians out of which 7,970 have been completed. To a question regarding pollen allergy, which affects hundreds of people in the federal capital every year, the parliamentary secretary of cabinet division told the House that 15,236 Mulberry trees have been removed during the last five years from the urban areas while in urban areas approximately 6,134 male trees are still standing, which will be gradually removed in the next three years to avoid abrupt loss of green cover in Islamabad. To another question regarding high ways construction in Balochistan the Parliamentary Secretary of Communication, Saeed Iqbal told the House that a number of roads are under construction to link Balochistan with other areas while the construction of link roads for Gawadar would be completed in 2014. Similarly the Parliamentary Secretary for Information Technology Liaqat Khan told the House that the government was providing universal funds to spread the network of Internet in rural areas.