LAHORE - Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said that he will personally supervise the operation of survey committees for the collection of data regarding flood affectees and will not rest content until relief assistance is provided to every calamity-hit family. He was addressing the flood affectees and media-men after inspecting relief camps in various areas of DG Khan on Sunday. Deputy Mayor of Istanbul, Ismail Hakki also accompanied the Chief Minister during his visit to the calamity-stricken areas of Southern Punjab. He said that a 150-member delegation of Turk businessmen will come to Pakistan to express solidarity with the flood affectees and celebrate Eid with the calamity-hit people at the relief camps. The Chief Minister said that members of Punjab Youth Council have also been inducted in survey committees and it was hoped these determined and talented youth will ensure equitable distribution of relief assistance. The CM said that rehabilitation of flood affectees was the collective responsibility of federal and provincial governments but the delay on the part of federal government to provide funds to the provinces was aggravating the problems of the calamity-hit people. He said that Quaid PML-N Muhammad Nawaz Sharif had presented the best formula for the rehabilitation of the flood affectees which could also be termed as a national formula but by disregarding the suggestion the federal government had done a disservice to the flood affectees as well as itself. Shahbaz said assembly members and workers of PML had set glorious examples of humanitarian service by taking part in the relief activities. He specially referred to Member National Assembly Malik Afzal Khokar who has continuously been engaged in the relief work in the affected areas since the flood. Shahbaz visited relief camps in various areas of DG Khan and issued instructions for providing better food and water as well as accommodation and treatment facilities to the flood-affectees. The CM accompanied by the Deputy Mayor of Turkey also distributed relief items through helicopter in various areas of DG Khan. These relief items weighing 2,000 kg included rice, ghee, sugar, atta and other commodities. Earlier, the Chief Minister met the members of Punjab Youth Council taking part in relief activities and stressed upon them to utilise all their energies for the help and assistance of their calamity-stricken brethren.