ISLAMABAD PML-N, Thursday, decided to launch countrywide fundraising campaign for the flood affectees after it received a serious blow regarding its efforts to establish non-partisan national commission for their rehabilitation. Chairing a consultative meeting of the central leadership of the party here at the Punjab House PML-N Quaid Mian Nawaz Sharif regretted that the PPP-led government had backed out of another commitment largely for political reasons and without analysing its greater value towards transparency and national cohesion. The meeting decided to launch efforts on its own to provide maximum relief to the flood affectees and in this connection all the MPS including MNAs, Senators and MPAs of the PML-N would contribute generously in the funds to be raised for the relief of the flood affectees in the country. However, the meeting decided that in the Punjab, the provincial government would continue its efforts in providing relief to the floods victims in addition to rehabilitation works to be carried out in coordination with the federal government. According to the party sources, Nawaz Sharif set up a Central Coordination Committee (CCC) to be headed by Iqbal Zafar Jhagra for Relief and Rehabilitation of the floods affectees all over the country except the Punjab. Punjab government has already set up the Chief Ministers Fund for the relief of the flood affectees of the province and since the day one was making relentless efforts to reach out the floods affectees in the province. Other members of the committee are Siddiqul Farooq, Hamza Shahbaz Sharif, Raja Ashfaq, Hafeezuddin Mukhdoom, Shahnawaz, Pir Sabir Shah, Haji Iftikhar Ahmed, Lt Gen (R) Abdul Qadir Baloch, Yaqoob Khan Nasir, Shah Ghulam Qadir, Mufti Mansoorur Rehman and Sultan Hafeezur Rehman. The Committee would evolve a mechanism to manage and distribute relief goods and ensure the coordinated efforts for complete rehabilitation of the affected people. Party sources dismissed reports that the PML-N had accepted the NODMC announced by the Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani earlier, Thursday, saying the matter was still under examination.