PUNJAB Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has vowed to supervise the relief activities until the people affected by the floods go back to their homes, reported a private TV channel on Tuesday. Talking to journalists while visiting the affected area in Shahpur of Sargodha, he said that he visited the area not for any election campaign; instead, he came to Sargodha to extend aid to the flood-hit people. The CM distributed che-ques among the flood affectees and the bereaved families of the flood victims. He also ordered an inquiry against SHO of Shahpur Police Station after suspending him on public complaint. Later, the CM was scheduled to visit Kot Addu. His helicopter could not take off due to heavy rain in the area. So he opted to carry on his journey towards Kot Addu by road to supervise precautionary measures where a severe flood warning had been issued. APP adds: Shahbaz Sharif said flood-hit people would not be left alone in the hour of need and they would be restored very soon. Talking to flood affectees at Jhelum Canal on Tuesday, he said people of Khyber Pakhtu-nkhwa and Punjab were in grip of a natural calamity. He urged the masses to unite for the cause. The CM added that Punjab government was reviewing every inch of affected areas and he would not sit idle until their complete restoration. He said Punjab representatives had been activated and monitoring relief activities in their respective areas. They will ensure the provision of food to the victims on daily basis, he added. Provincial minister Malik Nadeem Kam-ran, MPAs Shahzadi Umer Zadi, Malik Asif Bhaa, RPO and DCO and a large number of party workers were also present on the occasion.