ISLAMABAD Chairman Public Accounts Committee of the National Assembly, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has taken serious notice of the moves launched by the Armed Forces of Pakistan and other Governments institutions to collect the donations for the floods victims without the Governments permission. This is an illegal act and they should have sought permission from the Government for collecting donations for the floods victims, the PAC Chairman informed a press conference here at his Chamber in the Parliament House on Thursday. Nisar said PML-N would submit requisition in the National Assemblys session today (Friday) to discuss the important matters of the national and public importance. He criticised the PPP-led Government for its negligence with regard to the national and constitutional obligations and accused it of indulging in corruption. When the entire nation was facing a calamity, President Asif Ali Zardari was busy holding the foreign tours and the Prime Minister has lost his credibility by deviating from his commitment with PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif for establishing a non-partisan commission for rehabilitation of the floods victims, he said. Chaudhry Nisar Khan said that President Zardari was a stumbling block in finalising the new accountability law for reasons best known to him. He demanded thorough accountability of all the political leaders of the country through evaluation of their assets. Answering a question, Nisar said that the Government should immediately convene a joint sitting of the Parliament to give six-month extension to the judges of the Balochistan High Court to be retired on September 6. Otherwise any delay would cause another judicial crises in the country, he warned.