Our Staff Reporter RAHIM YAR KHAN - On the direction of Pakistan Rangers (Punjab) Director General Maj-Gen Mian Muhammad Hilal Hussain, the Cholistan Rangers on Monday sent second consignment of relief goods worth Rs8.5 million for the flood victims in Sindh. Fifteen truckloads of ration bags containing eatables such as wheat flour, rice, sugar for as many as 7,000 flood-affected families were dispatched to Hyderabad by Cholistan Rangers Sector Commander Col Syed Farhat Abbas. Another two trucks of relief items had been sent to flood-affected areas of Sindh a few days back. The convoy of trucks dispatched on Monday is part of Pakistan Rangers (Punjab) efforts for assisting flood-stricken people waiting for food and other essential items. For this purpose all sectors of the Pakistan Ranger - Chinab Rangers Sialkot, Sutlej Rangers Lahore, Desert Rangers Bahawalpur, and Cholistan Rangers Rahim Yar Khan - had set up camps for collecting relief goods in their areas. Talking to journalists, Cholistan Rangers Sector Commander Col Syed Farhat Abbas said: Besides safeguarding the geographical boarders of the country Pakistan Rangers is ready to help its countrymen in the hour of need. He said that the relief activities would be continued until the rehabilitation of flood victims.