LAHORE - Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said there is complete unity in the people in the war for the survival of the country and joint efforts will be made to counter the threat of extremism. A handful of elements will not be allowed to impose their will at gunpoint. The maintenance of law and order and supremacy of law will have to be ensured otherwise all will be lost. People of Punjab will not leave their brethren of NWFP unattended in the honour of need. He was talking to mediamen after handing over 140 trucks of relief goods for the shelterless people of Malakand division to Chief Minister NWFP, Amir Haider Khan Hoti on behalf of people of Punjab at Risalpur Airbase, on Friday. Chief Minister Balochistan Nawab Mohammad Aslam Khan Raisani was also present on the occasion who gave a cheque of Rs 60 million to NWFP Chief Minister on behalf of Balochistan government. President Pakistan Muslim League-N NWFP Pir Sabir Shah, Central Vice President PML-N Saranjam Khan, General Secretary Iqbal Zafar Jhagra, Members National Assembly Muhammad Hanif Abbasi, Abid Sher Ali, Provincial Minister for Prisons, Ch. Abdul Ghafoor and local office bearers of Muslim League-N were also present on the occasion. Shahbaz Sharif said the activities of extremist elements were bringing a bad name to the country as well as religion. He proposed that a joint coordination committee of NWFP and Punjab governments should be formed to evaluate the needs of affectees of Malakand on daily basis and submit its report so that all possible assistance could be extended. The Chief Minister also offered that as the summer vacations in educational institutions are forthcoming, arrangements could be made for the stay of the displaced persons of Malakand in the educational institutions of such districts in Punjab, which are at the borders of NWFP. Tandoors should be set up in the camps of the displaced persons of Malakand and Punjab government will provide atta to NWFP government for their needs, he added. The Chief Minister paid tributes to the people of NWFP especially of Mardan, who, playing the role of Ansar-e-Madina provided shelter to the affected persons of Swat and other districts of NWFP. He handed over 140 trucks of relief goods to NWFP Chief Minister on behalf of people of Punjab. NWFP Chief Minister thanked Chief Minister Punjab and Chief Minister Balochistan and said that their visit to NWFP has raised their morale and people of NWFP do not consider themselves alone in the moment of crises. Later, the three Chief Ministers along with PML leaders went to Mazdoorabad in tehsil Takhtbhai district Mardan by helicopter to visit the camp of displaced persons of Malakand division. They sought information from the displaced persons of Swat and Malakand division about their problems and needs. The Chief Minister Punjab inquired from the affectees of their needs in different camps. He along with NWFP Chief Minister also inspected the temporary hall and medical camp of displaced persons. Talking to media-men on this occasion, Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif said that the Punjab government had set up a relief fund with a sum of Rs 100 million for the affectees of Malakand.