LAHORE - The University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) has sent second batch of volunteer students and teachers along with veterinary and human medicines and disposables worth Rs1 million to flood-stricken area of Southern Punjab Around 50 volunteer veterinarians from varsity main campus and College of Veterinary, Jhang, have been entrusted the task to treat sick animals and vaccinate healthy animals. They will also provide medicines to people marooned in ferocious flood. The UVAS spokesman said, the university volunteers have set-up flood relief camps in most devastated districts of South Punjab including Rahim Yar Khan, Mianwali, Muzaffer-grah, Bukhar, and Layyah following the guidelines given by the Punjab Livestock department director-general (research and extension). The UVAS has collected medicines through its Institute of Pharmaceutical (IPS) from 13 pharmaceutical industries in Lahore. Rehabilitation in flood-hit areas Chairman Punjab Education Foundation Raja Muhammad Anwar has asked the NGOs to vehemently support the government rehabilitation efforts in flood-hit areas. He has added that re-building of damaged or affected schools infrastructure is top priority of govt. He was talking to PEF partner school owners namely Muhammad Khalid Javed of Bright Future Public School and Rana Ziaullah of Al-Azhar Girls Science Secondary School, Burewalla, Vehari district, at his office on Wednesday. Both the partner school owners presented a consignment of life saving medicines worth Rs 1.6 million to Raja Muhammad Anwar and assured their further support to schools rehabilitation plan. Raja Anwar appreciated their passion and said that the nation is united in this need of hour. He told Punjab Education Foundation had already started flood damage survey of partner schools besides donating Rs 0.7 million in CM flood relief fund.