LAHORE Ambassador of Royal Thai Embassy Marut Jitpatima has said the Thai government will give $75000 cash to the Pakistani government for flood victims and $50000 has already been given to the Red Crescent Pakistan as emergency relief. He was talking to reporters here at Army Relief Camp at Fortress Stadium on Saturday. Thai ambassador also handed over three trucks of relief goods for flood affectees including flour bags, mineral water and life saving drugs. Brig Muhammad Iftikhar Commander Logistic Lahore Corps received the relief goods. Wife of Thai ambassador, Mian Muhammad Iqbal Chief Executive Malee Foods, Mrs Zaibul Nisa and others also present. Marut Jitpatima said Thai King and Prime Minister also sent condolence messages to prime minister of Pakistan. He said people and government of Thailand would send rice, tents and other needs for Pakistani flood victims. Thai envoy said he delivered three trucks for relief goods donated by Malee products and this contribution would continue in future. Brig Muhammad Iftikhar thanked Mian Muhammad Iqbal and said this aid would be distributed in flood affected areas.