ISLAMABAD - Central leaders of Pakistan Muslim League (Likeminded) Hamid Nasir Chattha, Senator Salim Saifullah Khan, Humayun Akhtar Khan and Khurshid Mahmood Kasuri announced Rs 1 million for the flood victims of Sindh here on Saturday. Chairman of the party Hamid Nasir Chattha while expressing sympathies with Sindh flood victims said that they were with them and would not leave them alone in this time of trial. President PML Senator Salim Saifullah Khan said that due to negligence, wrong strategy of the present government, their delayed response to the calamity had added to the miseries of the people affected by the floods and heavy downpour. He also blamed government for not repairing the spurs and banks of rivers and canals damaged in the last year floods, which had also contributed in aggravating the crisis. Secretary General PML (Likeminded) Humayun Akhtar Khan said that rulers did not learn from the last year flood due to which more than five million people badly affected. He said that rulers were busy in foreign visits and the country was engulfed in serious crisis and they had nothing to do with the interest of the common man. Chairman Steering Committee of PML (Likeminded) Khurshid Mahmood Kasuri said that most of the organisations had earlier warned government of existing floods and rains but the government did not give any heed to the warning due to which each district of Sindh was affected by the flood. He also cited that weather forecast department had also given earlier information of August and September rains in Sindh but the government did not carry out precautionary measures to alleviate flood damages.