LAHORE - The Punjab Emergency Service 1122 has rescued over 30,000 affectees in flood-hit areas and also provided first-aid to 5,000 emergency victims so far. The Water Rescue Teams of Rescue 1122 from all over Punjab are working in unified command through Provincial Monitoring Cell to rescue the flood victims and now these teams are working for the relief of these people with same zeal and determination. Spokesman of Rescue 1122 Faheem Jehanzaib said that from Muzaffargarh district it had evacuated 7,942 flood-affected people from Qasba Baseera, Rungpur and Kalu Chowk. A water rescue team from DG Khan has also rescued over 12,551 flood-affected people from Ghazi Ghat, Shah Jamal and Chowk Qureshi in Muzaffargarh. He said that there was no connection between Muzaffargarh and DG Khan due to the blockade of Multan Road and the rescue teams were also alert on Kotla Androon Bund in Rajanpur due to high water levels. Moreover, Rescue 1122 Rajanpur had rescued 6,531 from the flood-affected areas which include Kot Mithan, Rojhan and Kotla Naseer. The Water Rescue Teams of Rescue 1122 are busy in rescue operations in all the districts and evacuated 780 persons from Rahim Yar Khan, 204 from Khanewal, 1,820 from Jhelum, 191 from Attock, 53 from Khushab, 1,778 from Layyah, 299 from Mianwali, 1,780 from Bhakkar, 88 from Mandi Bahauddin and 747 persons from district Jhang. Rescue 1122 is also providing round the clock medical treatment and first-aid to the affectees in the flood camps established by the Government of Punjab and District Administration. Over 28 boats, 24 Emergency Ambulances, 5 water rescue vehicles and 10 special vehicles along with water rescue teams of other districts are providing day & night rescue and relief activities in these flood affected districts, which include Muzaffargarh, Rajanpur, DG Khan, Rahim Yar Khan, Layyah, Jhang, Khushab, Bhakkar and Mianwali. TRAIN SERVICE REMAIN SUSPENDED OWING TO FLOODS The services of trains running for Rohari, Quetta, Kot Addu, Multan and Kot Sultan remained suspended on account of the problem of rain-floods.Pakistan Railways director public relations Shahid Mohar told TheNation that services of up and down for Rhari, Quetta, Kot Addu, Multan and Kot Sultan could not be run due to problem of the rain-floods in the flood affected areas on Monday.