LAHORE - Doctors of Health Department Punjab have so far treated 3,03,511 flood affectees in the flood hit districts and another consignment of 2 trucks of medicines has been sent to Layyah and Mianwali. It was informed in a meeting held under the chairmanship of Secretary Health Fawad Hassan Fawad to review the medical relief activities for the flood affectees, here on Monday. It was informed that so far 12,00,278 packets of ORS and acquafina tablets for water purification have been distributed among the flood affectees to protect them from gastro and other water born diseases. Moreover, 1509 mobile and 1229 static medical camps are providing treatment facilities to the affectees and maximum 81,947 patients have been treated in Muzaffargarh, similarly 38,809 patients in Rajanpur, 33,559 patients in Rahim Yaar Khan, 32,607 in Mianwali, 32,402 in Layyah, 22,918 in Sargodha, 11,957 in Khushab and 10,824 patients have been provided treatment facilities in Jhang. Anjuman Himayat-e-Islam ready to take stranded kids The Anjuman Himayat-e-Islam has appealed to the nation to donate generously in flood relief activities and announced that it was ready to take the responsibility of stranded or orphan children affected by the floods. Anjumans President Justice (r) Manzoor Hussain Syal announced this at a ceremony held at Himayat-e-Islam Postgraduate Women College, Garden Town here on Monday. The ceremony was organised to celebrate the 64th Independence Day, which was participated by honorary members and students. The students who got positions in Matric examination were also given prizes on the occasion.