Pakistan aid 'will not fall to extremists' Country is in crisis.
Pakistan is facing the complex problem in receivind add because the nation lost the confidence among the global counter parts.The comments come as the UN said it had received less than half the $460m (£294m) it needs for the relief effort.
The shortfall has been blamed on fears over corruption and Taliban influence.
But Interior Minister Rehman Malik told the BBC the Taliban would not be allowed to take advantage of the crisis to increase its support.
"I assure the entire international community who would be supplying aid in any form, we give them assurance we will be auditable, he said, adding that the government was considering hiring international auditors to oversee the use of funds.
"This belongs to the poor people, the flood victims. I assure that it will travel to them."
Mr Malik said he was aware of the danger that the Taliban could increase its foothold in flood-hit areas by taking on charitable roles and winning support from survivors.
But he said this would not be allowed to happen and blamed the concerns on internal "party politics".
The life has became very tuff for the flood affected area in Pakistan country has limited resource and helpers not coming freely to help the nation because they have doubt in their mind that pakistan will pass those ads to terrorists,this has been the history of pakistan....