Assistant Commissioner Saifur Rehman has said that on the direction of of Punjab government, a survey of the damaged houses and crops would be started across the district after the floodwater receded.

He claimed that 91,571 affected people had been evacuated through the help of Punjab Emergency Service Rescue 1122, army, police and district government departments while 206 boats of public and private were in the use for the purpose.

As many as 11,718 internally displaced persons have been residing in 91 relief camps across the district. District administration is providing all necessary relief items to internally displaced persons while 155 medical camps were providing medical service, he said.

14,112 provided healthcare: EDO Dr Munawar Abbas has claimed that 14,112 patients of 19 flood-affected union councils o have been treated in medical camps.

He added that 82 health teams including eight mobiles teams and 46 vigilance teams are providing healthcare service across the district. He said that 179 patients having different skin diseases, 1,321 measles patient, 96 patients with fever, 39 injured people and 1,397 patients suffering different diseases have been treated in flood areas so far. Medical relief camps will serve people in the affected areas until flood subsided.

RESCUE RESCUED 1,679 PEOPLE: District Emergency Officer Dr Natiq Hayat informed that 1,679 people have been rescued and evacuated and 113 affectees have been provided with healthcare in Wadore Town.

He said that 1,134 people in Tehsil DG Khan and 537 people in Tehsil Taunsa have been rescued by 16 rescue teams. 575 people have been rescued by 20 rescuers of 4 teams with one ambulance and four boats at Jhakar Imam Shah union council. While, 225 residents of Haji Ghazi Sharqi, 55 residents of Bait Beet Wala and 530 residents of Dew chowk Taunsa have been rescued by 16 rescuers of 04 teams and