LAHORE - JI Chief, Syed Munawar Hasan has asked the government to constitute a national commission comprising all the stakeholders for the distribution of aid among the flood affectees. He expressed these views while talking to senior journalists and columnists after an Iftar dinner at Mansoora on Monday. Syed Munawar Hasan said that the rehabilitation of the flood affectees was a gigantic task but he was sure that the nation would be able to meet the challenge through united efforts. He said that in an ideal situation, the MNAs and MPAs should have set up relief camps in their constituencies and supervised the work, however, all of them were absent and do not dare to face the public. He said that feudal lords in Punjab and Sindh had inundated dozens of towns and cities only to protect their lands and factories. JI Chief said that no doubt the Chief Minister Punjab was far more active as compared to the other provincial heads but this was a one man show and the relief being provided by the CM was misappropriated on the way due to the lack of team work. Syed Munawar said that the workers of the JI and the Al-Khidmat Foundation were busy in relief and rescue work in all the flood affected areas. To a question, he said it would be much better if the aid from the US and India was turned down and New Delhi was asked to stop releasing flood water into our rivers.