ISLAMABAD - A three-member bench of Supreme Court on Thursday rejected the Sindh governments report over the recent flood devastation and directed it to submit a new report containing ground realities. The bench comprising Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, Justice Tariq Parvez and Justice Ghulam Rabbani was hearing a petition filed by National Assemblys former member Marvi Memon along with documentary evidence about the non-implementation of flood inquiry commissions report. During the hearing, the Chief Justice observed that poor masses were suffering due to heavy floods and living in a miserable condition while the Sindh government was doing nothing. Additional Advocate General Sindh Miran Muhammad Shah submitted a report on flood devastations on behalf of the Sindh government. The court rejected the report terming it concocted. The court noted that not a single question asked by the court was replied in the report. The court pointed out that according to additional documents submitted by Marvi Memon, the government was giving only Rs11 to each flood affected family. Miran Muhammad Shah, however, stated that the government was giving Rs20,000 to each flood effected family. The Chief Justice observed that this amount was given to the affected people by the federal government and asked him that what measures had so far been taken by the Sindh government to give relief to the flood affected people. Your report is not worthy even to be read, the Chief Justice remarked with anger. He observed that had the Flood Commissions report was implemented properly, the province would have been saved from this disaster. He said that no action was taken against the responsible people, whose negligence caused huge damage during the last year flood, pointed out by the flood inquiry commission in its report. In Sanghar, affected people were given just Rs11 per person and Marvi Memon has mentioned this in her report, the Chief Justice again noted. He regretted that no action was taken against those who were involved in causing breach in dykes and unauthorized diversion of floodwaters to save their lands during last year floods. He directed the Additional Advocate General Sindh to prepare a new report carrying the number of affected people, their loss, the total area affected by floods and measures so far taken and being taken to relieve them and submit it before the court until September 26.