OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - While welcoming Mian Nawaz Sharifs announcement that all PML-N legislators including the ministers and parliamentary secretaries will donate their one moth salary for the flood affectees in Sindh, the Opposition in Punjab Assembly demanded that Punjab government should also announce a special package for their rehabilitation. Speaking on a point of order, PPPs Shaukat Mehmood Basra said that one month salary of MPAs was too small an amount given the large scale of catastrophe in Sindh. He told the House that Leader of the Opposition, Raja Riaz would soon visit the flood affected areas of Sindh with 18 truck loads of relief goods. Basra asserted that chief minister Punjab should announce a special aid package for the displaced people of Sindh. He also asked the government to declare Bahawalnagar a calamity-hit area due to the massive devastation caused by heavy rains in that district. Agriculture Minister Ahmad Ali Aulak fell short of making any commitment in this regard, but promised to conduct a survey of all affected districts to make an assessment of the losses caused by flood and rains. He said government will make a decision after this exercise. Alauddin Sheikh said that had the government constructed Kalabagh Dam (KBD), the scale of devastation caused by floods would have been negligible. He asked the Opposition to bring a resolution in the House in favour of KBD, and the Treasury would support it. While responding to Sh Alauddin, PPPs Aamir Dogar posed a counter question to Ala, asking him why his government (PML-Qs) did not construct the dam despite remaining in power for 10 years. He also praised Alauddin, saying that he would have been a good parliamentarian, had he not been a lota.