ISLAMABAD (APP) Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani Monday handed over a cheque of Rs 50 million to the Chief Minister Gilgit Baltistan for the urgent purchase of food, medicine and relief goods for the flood affected people. The Prime Minister who is here on a day long visit to meet the people who have been displaced and affected by the recent heavy rains assured that the government would do all within its means to help the people. He handed over cheque of Rs 50 million to the Chief Minister for acquisition of urgent goods. Prime Minister Gilani was briefed at the airport about the devastation and urgent requirements of the area. Prime Minister Gilani also directed that 10 mobile medical units including male and female staff and Lady Health Visitors would be dispatched to the area. Besides, Gilani said, a field hospital with necessary equipment would also be rushed to the area. Gilani when informed that the area had only ten days more of wheat left assured that the govt would ensure supply of wheat to the area. Accompanied by Ministers of Information Qamar Zaman Kaira, Water and Power Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, Law Babar Awan, Communications Arbab Alamgir Khan and Chairman Pakistan Baitul Maal Zam-urrad Khan, Prime Minister Gilani later went to visit Ganche and Diamir, to see for himself the devastation. Prime Minister Gilani met Chief Operating Manager of World Health Organisation Dr Altaf Musani while on his way to Gilgit from Islamabad, and assured that the organisation would do all to counter any epidemic in the flood affected areas.