LAHORE - In view of the havoc wreaked by the unprecedented floods in the country, it has been decided that all WAPDA employees would donate a part of their salaries to the Prime Ministers Relief Fund for the victims of the recent floods. This donation amounts to Rs 5 million. The decision to this effect was taken in a meeting presided over by WAPDA Chairman Shakil Durrani at the WAPDA House here on Monday. As per decision, the WAPDA officers of (Basic Pay Scale) BPS-17 and above will donate their 2-day salary, while officials from BPS 1 to 16 will contribute their one-day salary to the relief fund. It is pertinent to mention that in addition to providing technical support to the provincial governments for safety of the various barrages and allied structures, the WAPDA has also been actively engaged in providing relief to the victims of flood on the directions made by the Prime Minister and the Federal Minister for Water and Power. For this purpose, the WAPDA has set up a number of relief and medical camps for affectees of floods in the areas adjacent to Khan Khawar, Mangla Dam, Jinnah Hydropower and Reni canal projects, Besham in Khyber Pukhtunkhwa, Sanghot and Thothal in Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Mari Indus and Taunsa in Punjab, and Guddu in Sindh. Lesco staff asked to redress consumer complaints The Lahore Electric Supply Company (LESCO) Chief Executive urged the Companys employees to redress consumers complaints on top priority basis and leave no stone unturned in this regard. According to a Press release issued here Monday, Customer Services Centre Okara redressed 18,747 different consumer complaints during last fiscal year. They include 1,440 instalments of bills, 931 duplicate bills, 14,274 correction of bills, 58 due date extensions, 9 reference number correction, 10 correction of names, 787 correction of wrong reading bills and 28 miscellaneous complaints. Medical team leaves for Rajanpur A 6-member medical team of Lahore General Hospital (LGH) on Monday left for Rajanpur to provide treatment facilities to the flood affectees on the instructions of Secretary Health Punjab, Fawad Hasan Fawad. The medical team will replace the team which is already working there and will stay there for 10 days. The team brought sufficient necessary medicines along with an ambulance. UHS dispatches medical team, 3 truckloads of relief goods A team consisting of doctors, nurses, paramedics and other staff of University of Health Sciences (UHS) left on Monday with three truckloads of relief goods and medicines for flood affected areas of South Punjab, the UHS spokesman said. He said that the team was being led by UHS Vice-Chancellor Prof Malik Hussain Mubbashar. Acting Registrar Dr Asad Zaheer was also a part of the team. The team will distribute relief goods including edibles, dry ration, clothes, bottled mineral water and life-saving drugs to the flood victims in Layyah, Muzaffargarh and Rajanpur districts. Before leaving the campus, the UHS VC said that nobody could remain aloof from the plight of the flood affectees in Pakistan in the present circumstances. He said every Pakistani should support for the relief and rehabilitation of the flood affectees.