Mr Speaker, if that is true, then we are not allocating 100 per cent; we are allocating 98 per cent. [Interruption.] From his explanation, if we charge it to the Fund and we have taken 2 per cent, there would be only 98 per cent left for distribution. Therefore, he cannot talk about allocating all the 100 per cent, unless he is allocating the 98 per cent which constitutes 100 per cent, otherwise, we have to be very careful.
When we charge 2 per cent to the Fund, we are left with 98 per cent. So, we can only distribute 98 per cent, of which we say 12 per cent has been taken.
Otherwise, the arithmetic is not right.