LAHORE-Coming close to PPPs stance on Kalabagh Dam, Punjab Minister for Law Rana Sanaullah Wednesday said KBD would not be constructed at the cost of federation. Replying to a question at a media briefing in reference to the Punjab budget at Punjab Assembly, the minister said consensus of four provinces was essential to resolve the conflict. Admitting that KBD project was of paramount importance for the country, Rana insisted it could not be implemented at the cost of integrity of the federation. Replying to a question regarding division of southern Punjab into 11 districts, he lambasted elements trying to take a political mileage over the issue, saying during their five year rule these very elements, managed a mere developmental allocation of Rs68 billion. About privatization of Governor's House, he said if MPs agree and vote for the issue, the governor would be shifted to a two-bedroom flat. Responding to a question regarding social welfare funds issued to Jamat-Ud-Dawa ah, he said that after the decision of UN, the offices of the NGO were sealed and its projects were overtaken by Punjab Government; as those schools and hospitals were providing immense relief to the masses. Replying to another question regarding allegations to banned outfits, he said that mere presence with Ulema did not recount for any 'militant connections with them. Answering another question regarding the issue of Ameer of Jamat-Ud-Dawa ah, Hafiz Saeed Muhammad, he said that while Punjab government had complied with UN demand, but since no proof against him was provided by India for three months, LHC cancelled his house arrest orders.