LAHORE-The Pakistan Peoples Party has demanded transparent inquiry into controversial breaching of Indus embankments to divert flood water towards Muzaffargarh and Kot Addu to save farmlands of Punjab CMs senior advisor, Zulfiqar Ali Khosa. Addressing a joint news conference at partys Faisal Town secretariat here on Friday, PPPs Punjab office bearers including Sami Ullah Khan, Dr. Hasnaat Shah, Usman Saleem Malik and Iqbal Sialvi said that though their party did not share the view of PML-Q leadership that flood water was diverted towards Muzaffargarh district to save the lands of Khosa family, yet it would be better to probe the allegation to bring out facts. We cannot endorse this allegation, but demand an impartial and transparent inquiry to know the veracity of charges levelled by the PML-Q leaders, they said, adding that there were reports that flood water was also released in areas having PPP vote bank. He alleged that Punjab government was not taking Senior Minister Raja Riaz into confidence over governments measures regarding relief activities. He said regular meetings of Punjab cabinet should be held to discuss issues related to rehabilitation of flood-stricken people. The PPP leader also accused Punjab CM of playing politics over flood, saying it was time to work for the hapless people without indulging in politics. Talking about relief efforts being made by the PPP, Sami Ullah said that his party had set up 70 relief camps in the province out of which 30 were operational in the affected districts of Khushab, Bhakkar, Jhang, Muzaffargarh, Layyah, DG. Khan, Rajanpur and Rahimyar Khan. He said his party was serving meal to two thousand affected families in Rahimyar Khan district. He said 700 PPP workers were working as volunteers in the affected areas to rescue the people. Sami Ullah said that PPP had convened a meeting of partys general council on Sunday (tomorrow) at Alham-ra Hall-III to raise funds for the affectees. Punjab Governor, Salman Taseer would preside, he said, adding that besides members of the council, the meeting would also be attended by party ticket holders and former district and tehsil nazims.