LAHORE - Chairman, Punjab Sugar Mills Association, traders and people from different walks of life Tuesday called on Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif to present the cheques for the help and rehabilitation of the flood affectees. Punjab Sugar Mills Association Chairman Javed Kayani presented a cheque of Rs102.5 million on behalf of sugar mills of the province, President Okara Chamber of Commerce and Industry Arshad Iqbal presented a cheque of Rs2 million, architect Faizullah Qureshi Rs0.5 million and Khadim Hussain Kasuri presented a cheque for Rs0.2 million for the relief and rehabilitation of flood affectees. The CM praised the spirit of the donors for flood victims in this testing time, stating Allah Almighty will reward them for serving the distressed humanity. CM visits village Daira Din Panah CM Shahbaz Sharif visited village Daira Din Panah, which was badly hit by the flood in Muzaffargarh district, where life has returned to normal. The chief minister went to the village on the same courses on Tuesday, where earlier he had gone three or four times during flood. He also inspected rural health centre and directed EDO Health to make it operational within 24 hours. On this occasion, he asked Secretary Health that all resources were at the disposal of flood affectees and those areas where spray was needed should be done immediately. Shahbaz Sharif said the proposal from the people for installing SCARP Tubewell in the area would also be considered. Medal Awarded Punjab University Principal College of Pharmacy Prof Dr Syed Saeedul Hassan has been awarded 'Quaid-e-Azam Gold Medal in recognition of his outstanding academic and research services in a ceremony held at National Hall of Lahore Museum organised by Sher Bahadur Khan Chughtai. The Vice-Chancellor Education University Prof Dr Munawar Mirza was the chief guest of the ceremony. Expressing his views on the occasion, Dr Saeedul Hassan said hard work never goes unrewarded. He said everyone should render his duties with utmost commitment, sincerity and dedication with the patriotic spirit of love for Pakistan. Dr Saeed was awarded with Quaid-e-Azam Gold Medal in recognition of his 23 year teaching and research services.