ISLAMABAD Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has said that the Government is contemplating to combine development funds of members of the Parliament of adjoining constituencies to launch joint projects, which could bring prosperity and generate employment on long-term basis. Consultation with the public representatives, he added, will also be held to evolve a strategy to generate employment in the country to address the serious issue of employment. During a meeting with the ANP delegation led by Railway Minister Haji Ghulam Ahmad Bilour at PM House here Tuesday evening, the Prime Minister mentioned that the Govt had allocated developmental funds across the board to each and every member of the Parliament irrespective of their party affiliation. The Prime Minister said that besides allocations to the member of the Parliament, it was his earnest desire to allocate maximum possible resources for the development of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as this province and its people had suffered more than anyone on account of terrorism. The Prime Minister stressed upon the public representatives to regularly monitor the development schemes to check delay and ensure quality of the work. He further said that all parties and provincial governments are being consulted to finalise developmental schemes to avoid overlapping. He impressed upon the delegation to give special attention to rehabilitation and development works in areas cleared from militancy and turn these into model dwellings. In the context of addressing the chilling poverty, the Prime Minister said that the international bodies had acclaimed the effectiveness of the Benazir Income Support Programme and, besides their financial contributions in Pakistan, were replicating this programme in other regions to address poverty. To make the system more transparent and truly a non-partisan, he said the Government was conducting survey in the country to ensure the national money reaches to the deserving people, he added. Members of the ANP delegation appreciated the Prime Ministers non-partisan democratic approach. They thanked the Prime Minister for his generous attitude particularly for the developmental schemes in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. They also discussed progress of the development schemes launched in their constituencies with the PM. State Minister Arbab Zahir, State Minister Masood Abbas, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister Istiqbal Khan, Pervaiz Khan, Pir Dilawar Shah, Syed Haider Ali Shah, Muzaffar-ul-Mulk, Bushra Gohar and Jamila Gillani also attended the meeting.