LAHORE - Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Muhammad Aslam Tareen has said that Lahore Police have voluntarily collected funds of Rs 10 million for the flood victims, which is over and above two days salary deduction announced by Punjab government. The CCPO said that it was the foremost duty of every segment of the society, including police, to work for the welfare and rehabilitation of flood affected brethrens. The CCPO was addressing a ceremony of dispatching relief goods to flood-hit areas at Traffic Wardens Line, LOS Thoker Niaz Baig here on Friday. DIG Operations Rao Sardar Ali, SP Traffic Headquarters Cap (r) Sohail Chaudhry and other senior officers were also present on this occasion. The CCPO said the said amount was collected at the following rates: CCPO 20,000, DIGs 10,000 each, SSPs 8,000 each, SPs 6,000 each, DSPs 4,000 each, Inspectors 1,500 each, Wardens/SIs 1,000 each, ASIs 500 each, Head Constables 300 each whereas constables 200 each. He said that cash donations had also been received from Civil Society and the Police Officers of UN Mission Sudan. CCPO said that donation of relief goods had also been received from various organisations who entrusted Lahore Police and contributed in shape of relief goods including LCCI, Madina Sugar Mills and others.