PESHAWAR - In order to speed up the process of rehabilitation in the flood affected areas and ask the international community for timely action, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government is holding a donors conference in Islamabad today. Briefing the media here, Information Minister Mian Iftikhar Hussain said that the conference has been called upon the special appeal of Chief Minister Amir Haider Khan Hoti. He said that the countries, which have been invited, included Saudi Arabia, United States, Britain, Japan, Germany, Turkey, Sweden, Norway, Netherlands, European Commission, GTZ, Islamic Development Bank, Canada and other donor agencies. He said that main objective of the donor conference is to appraise the international community regarding the flood devastation in the province, which is already confronted with numerous challenges in the shape of terrorism and militancy. He added that the flood has caused major destruction in all over the country but the KP suffered huge losses. He suggested the federal government to distribute the relief assistance on the basis of losses caused by the devastating flood. Regarding the provision of initial funds for the affected areas, he said that funds have been distributed amongst the DCOs and Commissioners of the affected areas. He said Rs 200 million have been given to the DCO Swat, Rs 60 million to DCO Charsadda, Rs 90.2 million to DCO DI Khan, Rs 50 million to Commissioner Mar-dan, Rs 20 million to DCO Nows-hehra while Rs 10 million each have been given to Chitral, Kohsitan, Buner and Shangla. The Minster also condemned the killing of ANP leader Ubedullah Yousafzai and demanded of the federal government to set up a judicial commission to probe into the killing, He said that since the killing of Raza Haider, 72 innocent Pashtoons have been killed in Karachi.