LAHORE - Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has directed to set up a judicial commission for the inquiry into the incidents of breaking and breaches in the dykes and water spurs in the province, said a handout issued here on Saturday. According to the instructions of the CM, Punjab government has sent a reference to Lahore High Court. Meanwhile, Shahbaz Sharif on Saturday visited flood-hit areas of Mianwali and Muzaffargarh. He went by road and reviewed the losses of the areas of Mitha Khattak Kalwanwala. Kalor Sharif and Turg Shareef of Mianwali which were inundated again. The CM provided food by helicopter in the areas of Muzaffargarh. According to a handout issued here, he said that Punjab government had chalked out a rehabilitation plan for affectees and after completion of survey, no delay would be made in distribution of compensation amounts. He said that the federal government had not yet responded to the request of financial assistance for rehabilitation of affectees. He expressed the hope that the federal government will not enhance the problems of the oppressed masses by causing delay in providing financial assistance. Shahbaz also addressed the members of Punjab Youth Council and said that an important responsibility had been assigned to them including the survey of flood affected areas. He hoped that they will discharge this responsibility honestly. He said that the motherland had come into being during Ramazan-ul-Mubarak, therefore, we should pledge for its reconstruction during this sacred month. The CM said that Punjab government was taking all possible measures for the relief and rehabilitation of flood affectees and all resources of the government were available for them. He said that he and his Quaid Nawaz Sharif would not rest till the settlement of the affectees to their homes. He said that he had visited Mianwali five times and will continue to come till the rehabilitation of affectees. On the demand of the local people, he said that Danish School would soon be constructed and he himself will lay foundation stone of this project. Later, talking to media, Shahbaz said that a high level inquiry was being conducted regarding corruption in Jinnah Barrage and the persons found responsible will not be spared. He said that his government was paying full attention towards the relief activities for flood-affectees and he did not take any notice of political statements publishing in media. He also appealed to the masses not to pay any heed to any such statements, instead should help the affectees generously. The CM directed to immediately drain out the flood water from Agha Khan Colony and Tehsil Hospital Issa Khel.