ISLAMABAD Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani said that the major task before the Government was to ensure provision of shelter to the flood-affected people before Eid and for this a comprehensive strategy was being designed. He expressed these views in a special meeting held to review the performance of Benazir Income Support Programme, the Pakistan Baitul Maal and the Ministry of Zakat and Ushr vis-a-vis rehabilitation of the flood-affected people here at PMs House on Saturday afternoon. Underlining the importance of institutional arrangement for the disbursement of relief goods and funds, the Prime Minister said that gray areas should be identified so that the maximum transparency could be ensured in all phases of rehabilitation. He said that the coordinated efforts were required by all the stakeholders to achieve the desired goals. Highlighting the important role of the BISP, Pakistan Baitul Maal and Ministry of Zakat and Ushr, the Prime Minister asked them to work in unison in the light of policy parameters determined by the Government to cope with the challenge. He said that public representatives should be taken on board and must be involved in the distribution of funds among the flood affectees. Earlier, Chairperson BISP, Farzana Raja, Chairman Baitula Maal, Zamurd Khan and Secretary Ministry of Zakat and Ushr, Khalid Idress briefed the Prime Minister on the contribution of their respective organisations in helping the flood affected people in different parts of the country. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has appreciated the spirit of Government and non-government organisations for coming forward to help their countrymen in this time of dire need. He expressed these views on the occasion of the cheque presentation by the Minister for Privatisation Senator Waqar Ahmed Khan who along with a delegation of Privatisation Commission called on him to present a cheque on behalf of the Commission worth Rs 200 million for the Prime Ministers Relief Fund. The Prime Minister thanked for the gesture of the employees of the Privatisation Commission.