LAHORE The Wasa will spend around Rs12.5 million on the removal of a pond established at Pakistan Railways Land at Jamilabad and the Punjab government will not make any request to the federal government in this regard. This step of Punjab govt will ease the public from the dengue virus as well as provision of healthy environment. This decision was taken in a meeting of Emergency Response Committee Gulberg Town, chaired by MNA Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, here on Sunday which was attended by MPAs Mian Mohsin Latif and Nighat Sheikh, Member Chief Minister Inspection Team Tahir Yousaf and concerned officers of various departments. The committee ordered to ensure immediately supply of medicine to UCH Hospital and other hospitals working in Gulberg Town so that dengue patients could get medical facilities in time. The committee was informed that the final lists made by Umer Suhail Zia Butt, MNA, Ramzan Sadiq Bhatti, MPA and Dr Saeed Elahi for the distribution of free dengue kits among the poor and deserving people had been sent to MNA Marghoob Ahmad for approval. Entomologists would ensure regular visits to the town to raise awareness about the epidemic while the town committee would ensure proper cleanliness and fumigation in the affected areas, said Sardar Ayaz Sadiq.