ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gillani on Tuesday announced lifting of ban on inter-district movement of wheat and flour to overcome the flour crisis in the country but at the same time warned that wheat or flour smuggling would not be allowed at any cost. He was talking to the MNAs of the ruling coalition belonging to NWFP here at his chamber in the Parliament House Tuesday evening. Premier Gillani said that the government's policies would focus on the provision of basic facilities like clean drinking water, education and healthcare in all areas of the country, particularly NWFP. The Prime Minister said the government was determined to taking concrete measures for poverty alleviation by increasing employment and income generation opportunities, particularly in underdeveloped areas of the country.  He said the government would give priority to infrastructure development and the provision of basic facilities. He further said that despite 100-day austerity programme, development funds worth Rs 10 million would be allocated at the discretion of every MNA, regardless of party affiliation, during the current financial year and the plan would be announced in couple of days. About the wheat and flour shortage, the Prime Minister said the country was facing crisis because of the wrong policies of the previous government. The Prime Minister said a meeting of the representatives of all the provinces would soon be convened to formulate a joint strategy for meeting this challenge. He said the law-enforcement agencies were directed to check smuggling of wheat and flour. The legislators from NWFP apprised the Prime Minister of various issues relating to their constituencies particularly regarding power and atta shortage. They also asked for the provision of natural gas, education and health facilities, for their respective areas. They informed the Prime Minister that the people of Tribal Areas were appreciative of Prime Minister's announcement regarding the abolition of FCR. The MNAs, hailing from the quake-affected areas, also informed the Prime Minister about the irregularities being committed in the reconstruction and rehabilitation of the affected areas. The Prime Minister said the matter would be probed to ensure that the whole exercise would be carried out in a transparent manner and no injustice was meted out to anyone.