LAHORE     -   On the special directions of Punjab Chief Minister Ch Parvez Elahi, the provincial government has sent two mobile health units to the flood-affected areas of Sindh, a step it believes will promote inter-pro­vincial harmony. 

The health department of Punjab dis­patched two mobile health units, medical teams and a medical relief mission com­prising medicines for the flood-affected people of Sindh. One mobile health unit has been sent to district Khairpur and the other mobile health unit has been sent to Qambar Shahdadkot in the flood-affected areas. The CM said: “The Punjab govern­ment stands with the flood-affected peo­ple of other provinces, including Sindh.” He said that earlier 296 doctors, nurses, dispensers and nine trucks of medicines were sent to Sindh and Balochistan. The medical mission of the Punjab govern­ment set up medical camps in the flood-affected areas of Sindh and Balochistan. “Punjab is maintaining and playing the role of an elder brother. We are ready to fulfill the needs of the calamity-stricken people of other provinces.” He empha­sized that irrespective of politics they are serving the flood-affected people of oth­er provinces and will continue to do so.