ISLAMABAD Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani said that the people of Pakistan are contributing generously for the relief of flood-affected people. He assured complete transparency in disbursement of the funds among flood-hit regions. The Prime Minister was talking to Syed Mumtaz Alam Gilani; Minister for Human Rights who called on him at the Prime Ministers House here today and presented a cheque of Rs 01 million for Prime Ministers Relief Fund. The Prime Minister observed that the Government was aware of the sufferings of the flood affectees, therefore, it mobilised Federal and Provincial Governments machinery to provide maximum possible facilities at the relief camps. Syed Mumtaz Alam Gilani apprised the Prime Minister of details of various relief activities in his constituency. He told the Prime Minister that he has dispatched relief goods worth 04 million to various relief camps. In addition to that the people of his constituency under his supervision will collect Rs 10 million for the presents and Eid gifts for the flood affectees, said Minister of Human Rights. Meanwhile Ali S Habib, Chairman Indus Motors Company Ltd Met Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani and presented him a cheque of Rs 10 million for Prime Ministers Flood Relief Fund at Prime Ministers House this morning. The Prime Minister appreciated the kind gesture of the employees of Indus Motor Company who came forth with assistance to help out their brethren in this difficult time. The Prime Minister observed that the damage caused by the unprecedented floods is beyond the capacity of government. He further said that the rehabilitation of flood-affected people was an uphill task, which required enormous resources. The joint efforts and commitment of the private and public sector can strengthen the relief efforts to mitigate the sufferings of flood-affected people, the PM added. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani appreciated the spirit of government and non-government organisations for coming forward to help their countrymen in this time of trial. He expressed these views on the occasion of the cheque presentation by the Federal Minister for Privatisation Senator Waqar Ahmed Khan, who along with a delegation of Privatisation Commission officials including the Secretary Shehzad Iqbal called on him to present a cheque worth Rs 200 million for the Prime Ministers Relief Fund 2010. The Prime Minister thanked for the gesture of the employees of the Privatisation Commission. In addition to the Governments decision for donation of one-day salary, the PC officials have voluntarily contributed one-day salary from grade-1 to 16, two-day of grade-17 to 22 and five-day salary of Consultants of G-I to III. The Federal Minister for Privatisation Senator Waqar Ahmed Khan who has already distributed relief goods worth Rs 30 million jointly by his family members in the flood-hit areas of Dera Ismael Khan has also matched the donation amount equivalent to the total contribution made by the officials and the consultants of the Privatisation Commission.