PESHAWAR The terrorism-hit Khyber Pukhtunkhwa has cried foul in allocation of funds under Kerry-Lugar Bill for flood relief activities to the province demanding revision of the allocation and softening up of conditions on these funds. The American aid under Kerry-Lugar Bill has been allowed to be used for relief activities in flood-hit areas of the country under which 124.3 million dollars have been allocated for Khyber Pukhtunkhwa for current year which is far less than the amount given to other provinces. The aid given to KP has some strings attached to it to which the provincial government has raised an eyebrow. 'Some very strict conditions have been attached to the amount given to Khyber Pukhtunkhwa from the American aid under Kerry-Lugar Bill. These conditions can create difficulties for the provincial government, an official told TheNation on condition of anonymity. A letter sent to the provincial government by Economic Affairs Division carries some instructions laying out conditions for use of this aid for the relief activities for flood victims. Under the accord the provincial government will be provided $7.5 billion over all with breakdown of $1.5 million for a year each. For the current year out of 144.2 billion US dollars for flood relief activities, $815.5 billion will be used for carrying on schemes under federal government whereas $204.3 billion will be spent in FATA and $124.3 million goes to provincial government. According to sources the provincial government has sent its reservations to the centre over allocation of meagre amount of funds and strict conditions attached to it arguing that other provinces were given more funds as compared to KP.