LAHORE - Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif has said that a transparent system should be evolved for the relief and rehabilitation of the flood victims and safeguarding the interests of every deserving person. He expressed these views while chairing a meeting of Provincial Disaster Management Authority at Chief Ministers Secretariat on Monday. Senior Advisor Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa, Minister for Law Rana Sanaullah Khan, Senator Pervaiz Rashid, Members National Assembly Anousha Rehman, Hamza Shahbaz Sharif, Kh Saad Rafiq, Mian Marghoob Ahmad, PML-N leader Zafar Iqbal Jhagra, Kh Ahmad Hasaan, Chief Secretary Punjab, Senior Member Board of Revenue, Chairman Planning and Development and secretaries of various provincial departments were present. The meeting reviewed in detail various proposals for the relief and rehabilitation of the flood affectees. The chief minister said NADRA should immediately provided with data regarding the villages devastated by the River Sindh, while the data regarding villages affected by River Chenab should also be acquired as soon as possible and provided to NADRA. He said a separate committee should be formed for the assessment of the damages in the villages caused by River Chanab. Shahbaz Sharif said due attention should be given to the provision of health facilities in the areas where water was subsiding and a comprehensive plan should be evolved for this purpose. He said secretaries of different departments should assist Secretary Health in this regard. Earlier, Director General Provincial Disaster Management Authority Khalid Sherdil gave a detailed briefing regarding the system evolved with the cooperation of NADRA for the distribution of financial assistance among the flood affectees. He said 1,585 villages in seven districts of Punjab have been affected by flood in the River Sindh. The participants of the meeting gave their proposals for maintaining transparency in the distribution of relief assistance among the calamity-stricken people.