RAJANPUR (Online) Clashes erupted here between police and flood affectees when only 50 bags of atta were brought for more than 30,000 affectees here on Tuesday. Heavy rains and floods had inundated Rajanpur and destroyed fields over 3,00000 acre. According to the administration, over 72 villages located between Head Khanki and Head Qadirabad are presently at risk of being flooded as passing floods are steadily becoming stronger with the addition of more water. The flood-hit people, under open skies are waiting for aid where they are facing shortage of medicines, potable water and eatables. On Tuesday, the clashes between the police and affectees of Rajanpur flood occurred when the Punjab government sent only 50 bags of atta for more than 30,000 people. The police pushed, slapped and baton-charged affectees who were trying to receive the atta bags. The food starved residents of the area said that the government of Punjab had sent only 50 bags of atta to deceive the media that affectees are being provided aid. However, talking to media DCO Rajanpur Mian Iftikhar Rasol denied the reports of police baton charge and said that brawl between the police and affectees occurred because the affectees were pushing and thrashing each other. He said there is no lack of atta and all affectees would be given atta bags. He said that compensation would be given to those who have lost their fields in the flood.