RAWALPINDI-Free medical camps would be set up at focal points of rural and urban areas of district Rawalpindi to provide medical treatment and reproductive health services to the people at their doorstep. This was stated by the District Population Welfare Officer, Rawalpindi Sheeren Sukhan while presiding over a meeting here on Friday to review the performance of population welfare program. Deputy District Officer Babar Zaheer, Tehsil Officer Zafar Iqbal, Deputy Technical Dr Musarat, Incharge MSU Dr Asma and Admin Officer Malik Nazar attended the meeting. Sheeren Sukhan said that although all the outlets of population welfare departments were rendering medical services to the people on fixed schedule, however it had been realized that medical camps were being established in different area across the district to provide medical cover to maximum number of people. She asked the staff members of all population welfare offices and ensure regularity at the offices as well as strictly follow office timings. She said that appreciation certificates were being issued to the staff members of Model Family Planning Centre Pirwadhai on organizing successful free medical camp in the area. District Population Welfare Officer examined the performance of mobile medical teams and family planning welfare centers and stated efforts should be made to further improve working of all units. Meanwhile, an amount of Rs. 3.845 billion has been reserved for education sector of District Rawalpindi and out of this amount, Rs. 1 billion would be utilized for the construction of new Computer Libraries in all the colleges of the district. According to sources, these libraries would have the facilities of Internet and projects while Rs. 500 million would be used for purchasing of furniture, equipments for science laboratory and books for libraries. It has also been decided to provide free books to deserving students from class 1st to SSC while new buses would also be provided to students of colleges of the district. Sources further told that 2485 vacant vacancies of schools of 8 small Tehsils of the district would also be filled in June while all contract teachers and lecturers would be regularized from the start of new fiscal year. Meanwhile, Director Water and Sanitation Agency (WASA) Col (R) Islam-ul-Haq has said that the construction of Chara Dam has been approved and it would be completed by 2011 with the total cost Rs. 5.3 billion. In a statement, Director WASA said that after the construction of Chara Dam, 60 to 80 tube wells would be closed and the Indus Water would also be completed till 2013 and Wasa be able to get 50 million gallon water. He said that the tube well system would be dangerous in the future, adding the boring carried out in the city is illegal and fines would be made in this regard. Director WASA further state that 58 Water Purification Plants causing cancer diseases among inhabitants, saying the changing of old water pipelines is in under process and 300 kilometer part of the pipeline has been changed. He said that CM Punjab Mian Shahbaz Sharif has approved Rs. 90 million for distillation of Nullah Lai.