LAHORE - Pakistan Industrial and Traders Associations Front (PIAF) Thursday dispatched six truckloads of eatables of worth Rs 2 million. The goods included Flour, Ghee, Sugar, Rice, Dry Milk, Pickle, Dates, Biscuits, Tea, Roasted grams, Dal Channa, Salt, Red Chilli, Candles, Match boxes, 12-litre Water bottle and a tent. The consignment was seen of by the LCCI former President and PIAF leader Mian Anjum Nisar, PIAF Chairman Irfan Qaiser Sheikh, Vice Chairman Shahzeb Akram, Sheikh Muhammad Irfan, Fahim-ur-Rehman, Mudassar Masood Chaudhry, Tariq Salman and members of PIAF Flood Relief Committee. Speaking on the occasion, Mian Anjum Nisar said that all segments of society would have to join hands for the early rehabilitation of flood affectees as the devastation scale is beyond estimations and the government alone cannot cope with it. He said that more relief goods would be dispatched to five other destinations in coming days. He said the PIAF was arranging food supplies, clothing, medicines and tents from the funds it was collecting from its members and truck loads of these supplies would be dispatched to all parts of the country. He said the PIAF office-bearers and its Executive Committee would personally supervise the distribution of relief goods. The response to PIAF appeal for donations was overwhelming. He said that this has given a new strength and encouragement to the PIAF whose members are working for the rehabilitation of their brothers and sisters with a new vigor. In his address, the PIAF Chairman Irfan Qaiser Sheikh said that the calamity caused by the floods is extremely severe. Government alone cannot cope with the situation he said adding that the whole national particularly those with better resources would have to rise to the occasion and play their role in reducing the stress of flood victims. He said that PIAF has decided to observe austerity during its election campaign for the LCCI elections being held on September 20 and 21. PIAF Vice Chairman Kh. Shahzeb Akram thanked the business community for extending maximum cooperation to their brothers and sisters. He said that PIAF would continue its efforts for the rehabilitation of flood-hit people and restoration of economic activities in flood ravaged areas.