Islamabad Punjab Chief Minister and PML-N President Mian Shahbaz Sharif Thursday said that every single penny being donated by the international donors for the floods affected people in Pakistan would be utilised transparently. I assure all the donor institutes and countries of the world donating funds for the flood affected people of Pakistan that funds for the flood victims would be disbursed and utilised transparently, he said while addressing a one-day donors conference here at the Punjab House. He warned that delay in rehabilitation of the people in floods-ravaged areas of South Punjab could aid militancy in the country; therefore, it was high time that concerted efforts were made to rehabilitate the floods victims at the earliest. Shahbaz Sharif said that the Punjab Government had been compensating the flood-affected families preliminary with Rs20,000 that included Rs10,000 from Punjab Government and Rs10,000 from the Central Government. He also informed the participants of the donors conference that the conference had been held with the objective to finalise a plan and strategy for rehabilitation and reconstruction of the flood affected areas as approximately six million people have been affected in Punjab from devastated floods and standing crops at the area of 5.23 million acres have been inundated and over 50,000 houses have demolished. Punjab Chief Minister also informed on the occasion more than 1,778 villages in 11 districts of Punjab have been affected with floodwater and more than 3,572 cattle died in floodwater whereas 817 poultry farms inundated in floodwater in Punjab and collectively Punjab has to suffer flood damages up to Rs81 billion. He also said that floodwater affected approximately 957 Km roads in south Punjab out of 3750Km Roads, while in 18 districts of Punjab floodwater damaged 2920 schools and 2064 schools in Punjab were being utilized as flood relief camps for the affected people. Rehabilitation of flood-affected people has been major challenge for the government and NGOs, civil society, armed forces were continuously working in the flooded areas to rescue the affected people, while world donor agencies were doing great work for relief efforts in the flooded areas, Chief Minister said. He noted that the government would provide free of cost seeds and fertilisers for the farmers in the floods affected areas to achieve the desired results.