LAHORE - Federal and provincial governments are elected ones, while an important institution is making a high projection of its work regarding flood affectees to pose that they are carrying out more efforts for the affectees than the federal and provincial governments, said Punjab Law Minister Rana Sana Ullah. He expressed these views while answering various queries about the federal and provincial governments relief efforts for the flood-hit people after addressing a seminar titled "Flood Devastations, National Unity and Media Responsibilities" organised by Hameed Nizami Press Institute of Pakistan on Saturday. He said the federal government provided the resources to the stated institution, while the same was managing to run its films regarding flood affectees assistance in various media organisations. Regarding the federal government's confrontation with the superior judiciary, he said Federal Law Minister Dr Babar Awan was creating problems for the federal government and the central government should sacrifice Dr Babar Awan to get rid of its confrontation with the judiciary. He said a large number of flood affectees might have been facilitated in a better way if the federal government had agreed to the proposal of PML-N Chief Nawaz Sharif for establishing a commission for the flood affectees. The main political beneficiary of Mr Sharif's decision would definitely have been President Asif Ali Zardari, he added. He said media had played a tremendous role in highlighting the remote flood-hit areas and also the problems of the affectees.