Bhawana- As soon as Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif concluded his address to the flood victims at Bhawana High School Chiniot, thousands of flood affectees including families and kids gathered outside the school to stage protest chanting “Go Nawaz Go”.

Victims surrounded and tried to stop CM Punjab’s car in order to make him hear their plight but the administration paved his way out. According to the victims, people sitting inside for the collection of aid are all patwaris’ favourites while the genuine victims have been kept from entering the premises.

Administration has asked the victims to get themselves registered at the commissioner office first whereas the flood affectees pronounced that they had registered themselves manifold, displaying their registration forms, but hadn’t received the aid first.

Asif Saeed from Lahore, Commissioner Faisalabad and DPO Chiniot were also present at the occasion. Asif Saeed assured that notice of the issue has been taken and the administration has formulated a committee in this regard. The victims are still agitated and seem to be in no mood to settle.

Earlier, talking to the flood affectees in Chiniot Shahbaz Sharif said sit-in holders were rather busy with their musical gatherings instead of addressing the plight of flood affectees. Sit-ins caused the annulment of Chinese president’s visit to Pakistan that adversely affected economy of the country, he added.

He said Imran Khan has afflicted 180 million people and utters lies the whole day. He further stated that agricultural development was not feasible without electricity. He informed that second installment of aid had begun since November 10 and that flood affectees must not worry; solution to their trouble shall soon be derived. He announced distribution of Rs 160 million for Chiniot flood victims as Chiniot suffered the worst flood adding that Rs 16 billion would be distributed in Punjab.

Will keep coming till flood affectees get rehabilitated, he added. Shahbaz Sharif commended efforts of Pakistan army, navy, rescue teams and local administration for effectively catering people affected by flood.