LAHORE PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif has asked the federal government to make available funds to the Punjab government to ensure payment of Rs100,000 to each flood-affected family so they could start reconstruction of their homes Addressing a high-level meeting here on Saturday, the PML-N chief said that the financial assistance provided by international donor agencies must be spent in a fair and transparent way to ensure that all calamity-stricken families were able to start a new chapter of their life. Our party will make sure that each and every penny of the financial help, extended by national philanthropy and international community, is spent for the rehabilitation work, he told the participants of the meeting, convened to finalise preparations for the international donors conference that the Punjab government has convened on September 30. Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Ch Nisar Ali Khan, Chief Coordinator of PML-Ns Flood Relief and Rehabilitation Committee Iqbal Zafar Jhagra, MNAs - Ahsan Iqbal and Khawaja Mohammad Asif, Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa and Senator Pervez Rashid also attended the meeting. The meeting reviewed proposals for the donors conference and discussed steps that the Punjab government has so far taken for the relief and rehabilitation of flood-affected people in addition to certain projects for the future. Briefing the meeting, Shahbaz hoped that the donors conference would go a long way to rehabilitate flood-stricken people. He said the Punjab government had extended invitations to national and international philanthropy, worldwide donor agencies, local and foreign non-government organisations and senior diplomats in all the foreign missions in Pakistan. The participants, he said, would be apprised of the provincial governments plans and projects for effective rehabilitation of the flood-affected people. He also informed the participants about the details of the provincial governments flood relief and rehabilitation funds. Observing that coming to the aid of the people hit by a huge calamity was a national duty, Nawaz said the PML-Ns task would not be over till the last victim was rehabilitated. He said he would himself pay frequent visits to affected areas to oversee the rehabilitation work.