LAHORE - Ch Zaheer, Opposition leader in Punjab Assembly, has said that the Opposition, after getting information given by the Punjab Agriculture Minister, has submitted an adjournment motion in the assembly secretariat regarding the construction of an illegal canal in Chinniot to provide water for the lands of Chief Minister Punjab. He expressed these views while talking to PML-Q office-bearers and workers at Muslim League House on Saturday. Ch Zaheer, while claiming that provincial ministers were suggesting the Chief Minister Punjab to resign, said that provincial chief executive left with no moral authority to continue his government after this suggestion from his own cabinet members. He further claimed that elected members of the provincial assembly were being kept unaware regarding the damages of the flood and Sialkot incident and demanded immediate summoning of the Punjab assembly session to assess the damages of the disaster and the facts behind the Sialkot episode. Meanwhile, Opposition me-mbers of provincial assembly, Amna Ulfat, Samina Khawar Hayat and Seemal Kamran have demanded that Sharif Brothers should donate their billions of rupees lying in foreign banks to the flood aff-ectees. They claimed that a time would come when Zaeem Qadri and other members of PML-N allegedly connected with sasta atta mafia would be held accountable for taking huge commissions in the said scheme. Team of medics leaves for affected areas On the direction of Chief Minister Punjab Mian Muham-mad Shahbaz Sharif and Secretary Health Punjab Fawad Hassan Fawad, a medical team of Lady Aitchison Hospital consisting of 15 members left for flood affected areas of Dera Ghazi Khan on Saturday, spokesman of the hospital said. He said that medical superintendent of the Hospital Dr Shagufta Zaidi was leading the team. The team consists of doctors, nurses, Para-medical staff and five male doctors from Mayo Hospital. The team has arranged medicine and food packets of worth half a million rupees. The team will provide medical treatment to the patients of flood-hit areas and distribute medicines and food packets.