Our Staff Reporter MULTAN Executive District Officer (EDO) Health Dr Inamul Haq has said that dengue attack can be prevented by adopting precautionary measures. Addressing a seminar on Dengue Eradication jointly organised by NGOs here at a local school on Saturday, he said that all out measures were launched by the government to contain dengue attack but the government needed support of the masses. Without public support success cant be achieved. The only way to control the killer mosquito is to launch a joint effort, he added. He said that more initiatives would be launched against dengue virus in coming days. Speaking on the occasion, District Officer Health Dr Abdul Salam said that spray campaign had been launched at union council level and the residents of different areas could contact health teams for the purpose. The seminar was also addressed by Mian Naeem Arshad, Shahid Ansari and others. They said that frequent occurrence of natural calamities was result of sinful deeds of Muslims. They asked entire nation to seek forgiveness from the Allah Almighty. ANTI-DANGUE CAMPAIGN: By the special directions of Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif, Social Welfare department, local administration and health department officials orginae a anti dangue walk led by DCO Tahir Khurshad Chaudhry alongwith EDO Health Dr. Ashiq Malik anf DO Social Welfer Muhamnnmad Saleem Akhtar Chaudhry here on Saturday. while taking out the anti-dengue walks and arranging the anti-dengue awareness raising briefings .Talking to the newa men DCO told that the local health department officials also showed the awareness raising documentaries and also highlighted the dengue fever hazards and anti-dengue preventive measures. MPA. Ahmed Yar Hinjra, Bila Khar, President Anjuman Tajrain Syed Amie Hussain Shah,DO Health Saqib Sadique,DO Agri Jamshid Ahmed Sindu, EDO (CD) Irfan Sindue and DOlabor Ghulam Abbass Somoro and other onotable were present on the occasion. senior journalists attended these meetings. They also distributed the broachers and pamphlets among the people. A large number of the people from every walk of life participated in these walks, terming it a noble cause. The parliamentarians, on this occasion, stressed upon the need of making all out sincere individual and collective joint efforts for curbing the menace of dengue fever.