LAHORE - Ameer Jamaat-e-Islami Syed Munawar Hasan has slated MQM Chief Altaf Husains announcement supporting martial law against corrupt politicians and said this was making a mockery of the constitution and the law. In a press statement issued here Monday, he said such a statement was unbecoming of a leader whose party was a part of the elected government. Munawar Hasan said the military rule in the past was much to be blamed for the prevailing disorder and chaos in the country. Pakistan, he said, was passing through difficult times with target killings going on in Karachi, drone attacks and blood letting in the Khyber PK besides the devastating floods in all the four provinces. In such a situation, martial law would only serve the US interests by adding to disruption and anarchy in the country. Relief worth Rs5.5m sent to flood-hit areas OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - Minhaj Welfare Foundation has dispatched seven more truckloads of relief goods of worth Rs 5.5 million to Noshahra and the Southern Punjab. Three trucks from Lahore, one from Wazirabad and rest of the three from Pakpattan have been sent to the flood hit areas. Four trucks from Lahore and Wazirabad would go to Minhaj Tent Settlement in Noshahra and three from Pakpattan would go to Larkanna, where Hafizullah Baloch would receive the relief goods. Special tent settlement has been set up at the Akora Khattak for 300 people. Relief goods of worth Rs 1.2 million have also been made available there. Iftikhar Shah Bokhari, Director of Minhaj Welfare Foundation, expressed these views on the occasion of seeing off the relief caravan of seven trucks. He said that Minhaj Tent Settlement has been established for 300 people near Karachi Toll Plaza where necessary facilities including 'sehri and 'iftari have been provided. Hundreds of children of MWF are busy in the fundraising campaign in North Karachi. He also told that medicines of worth Rs.0.2 million have been rushed to District Muzzafargarh in order to stem the outbreak of epidemics. Iftikhar Ahmad Owaisi Advocate is supervising the camp. Officers to donate 2-day salary OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - All officers from Grade 17 to 22 of the Punjab government will donate another two days salary for the assistance of flood-affectees which will be deducted from their salaries of September, 2010. It is worth mentioning that these officers have already announced to donate two days salary out of their salary August, 2010. 8 officers transferred OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE The Punjab government on Monday transferred and posted eight officers. Additional Secretary, Housing Urban Development & Public Health Engineering Department Malik Mukhtar Ahmad Naul has been transferred and posted as Secretary, Punjab Provincial Workers Welfare Board, against a vacant post. Member Chief Ministers Inspection Team, Punjab, Lahore Aftab Habib (Proceeded to attend National Management Course at National Management College, Lahore), has been transferred and directed to report to the S&GAD for further orders, after completion of said course. Officer on Special Duty with Services & General Administration Department Miss Rafia Nazir has been posted as Member, Chief Ministers Inspection Team, Punjab, Lahore, vice Aftab Habib, transferred. The post of Member, Chief Ministers Inspection Team, Punjab, Lahore shall remain upgraded from BS-20 to BS-21, as personal to Miss Rafia Nazir, as long as it has been held by her. OSD with the S&GAD Sajid Zafar Dall has been posted as Director (Admn), Provincial Disaster Management Authority, in his own pay & scale, on deputation basis, against a vacant post. Director, Lahore Welfare, Punjab, Lahore (Proceeded to attend National Management Course at National Management College, Lahore) Altaf Ezid Khan has been transferred and directed to report to the S&GAD for further orders, after completion of said course. OSD with the S&GAD Captain (r) Jehanzeb Khan has been posted as Director, Labour Welfare, Punjab, Lahore. Executive District Officer (Revenue), Faisalabad, Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq has been transferred and directed to report to the S&GAD for further orders. District Coordination Officer Faisalabad Nasim Sadiq shall hold the charge of the post of the EDO (R), Faisalabad, in addition to his own duties and till further orders. District Officer (Revenue), Sargodha, Captain (r) Mian Adil Iqbal has been transferred and directed to report to the S&GAD for further orders. District Officer (Human Resources Management), City District Government, Lahore, Abdul Shakoor has been transferred and posted as District Officer (Revenue), Sargodha, vice Captain (r) Mian Adil Iqbal, transferred.