ISLAMABAD Council of Common Interest (CCI) meeting is being held today (Monday) with Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani in the chair to take up the issue of reconstruction in the flood-affected areas and to chalk out strategy regarding the federal governments contribution to the provinces. Chief Ministers of the four provinces including Federal Minister Arbab Alamgir, Humayun Aziz Kurd and Syed Naveed Qamar would also attend CCI meeting. Sources in the government informed that initially the strategy to disburse Rs20,000 to each displaced family would be worked out in consultation with the provinces while the overall damage assessment to the infrastructure in all the flood-hit areas would be reviewed. Although the federal government had allocated a substantial amount to all the four provinces, Gilgit-Baltistan and AJK from Zakat Fund but in the CCI meeting the government would likely announce more amount for provinces so that they could swiftly move to restore the infrastructure and civic facilities in the areas washed away by the floodwaters. Punjab Government had already raised serious objections on the federal government for not providing them with adequate financial assistance and it was expected that the Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif would forcefully take up this issue in the meeting. Sources further informed that all the four provincial governments would be asked to give the names to be made part of the council which would monitor the relief and rehabilitation activities and would help ensure transparency in it. The CCI meeting would also likely devise some mechanism to enlist all those who had suffered during the current floods so that they could duly be compensated.