LAHORE (APP) - Jamshoro Joint Venture Limited (JJVL) has contributed Rs48 million as part of its initial commitment to flood relief activities. JJVL and its associated companies have raised and contributed Rs48 million to the flood relief activities till July, said a company spokesman on Tuesday. This is part of our ongoing commitment to assist some of the 20 million Pakistanis who have been affected by the countrys worst ever floods, he added. JJVL, one of Pakistans largest LPG producers, and other Associated Group (AG) companies have made these contributions to organizations, including non-governmental ones, working in flood-hit areas across the country. In addition to this, we are providing two meals a day to 3,000 internally displaced persons in Sindh, and have set up water filtration plants there, said the spokesman. He further said that packed meals were being provided to victims in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. The spokesman said that JJVL decided to maintain the prices at affordable levels earlier this month even as other state-owned LPG producers raised theirs. We expect to continue keeping prices at reasonable levels during October as well, he added. JJVL imported 2,500 metric tons earlier this month to ensure the availability of affordable product throughout the country. Another cargo of 2,500 metric tons is arriving within a month. These additional volumes of LPG have helped stabilize supplies and prices, said the spokesman. He said that other corporations and citizens had also donated generously for relief work.