LAHORE Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said at present, no flood tax is being levied rather free fertilizers and seeds will be provided to the flood affected farmers having land up to 25 acres. He was talking to media after reviewing the process of issuance of Watan Cards at Mehmood Stadium, Rahim Yar Khan on Wednesday. Senior Advisor Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa, Central Muslim League-N Leader Jaffar Iqbal and MPA Ch. Shafiq were also present on this occasion. Shahbaz said on his and Nawaz Sharifs appeal, philanthropists had donated Rs1.10 billion in flood relief fund. 'The Punjab government will help the flood affectees through these donations and its own resources in a better manner, he added, while further saying that Pak Army, police, civil administration, social organisations and people had taken active part in the relief activities. Paying tributes to media, he said Press played the role of best critic during recent floods and those who took part in welfare activities on humanitarian grounds in real sense had come to be known by the people. About 62000 Watan Cards will be issued in RY Khan and 3000 cards are being prepared daily, he said. Five modern villages will be constructed in the district, he told the mediamen. Earlier, on arrival at the RY Khan Airport, Commissioner Bahawalpur, Muhammad Mushtaq Ahmad and DCO Rahim Yar Khan Ahmad Javed Qazi gave detailed briefing to the CM about issuance and distribution of Watan Cards. The CM inspected the NADRA Centre set up at Mehmood Stadium and inquired about the problems from various people. 'Complaint centres have been set up for redressal of peoples grievances and notice of unnecessary delay will not be tolerated, he warned.