OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif said on Friday that the way elected representatives, officers, departments, doctors, nurses and paramedical staff made tireless efforts against dengue virus and overcame the mortality rate through their commitment and hard work was a historic achievement. He said that a strategy has been evolved to curb dengue virus on permanent basis and under this strategy 110 persons associated with different sectors are being sent to Thailand and Sri Lanka for training. He said that these persons on their return will serve as master trainers to impart training to thousands of others for the eradication and treatment of dengue virus. He said nothing could be more important than service to ailing humanity. The CM said this while addressing the 110-member delegation, which is bound to leave for the said countries on December 5, at Chief Ministers Secretariat. Senior Advisor Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa, Provincial Education Minister Mian Mujtaba Shuja-ur-Rehman, and others were also present. The CM lauded the local experts for their efforts which they rendered with Sri Lankan and Indonesian experts to overcome the dengue epidemic. He said training in the eradication of dengue virus was the need of the hour, therefore, a heavy investment had been made on the training programme of 110 persons. Appreciating the efforts of Chief Secretary, Chairman Planning & Development, Secretary Health and officers concerned in giving a final shape to the training programme expeditiously, the CM also lauded the cooperation of Thai Ambassador in this regard. He expressed the hope that these persons after receiving training will play a vanguard role in the campaign against dengue virus next season. Earlier, Chief Secretary Nasir Mehmood Khosa while addressing the ceremony said that on the instructions of CM a long-term plan has been evolved for the eradication of dengue and the persons who are leaving for training abroad have been selected purely on merit and performance. The head of the mission, Secretary Environment Saleem Sajjad Hotiyana will be duty bound to send a daily report about the performance of all members of the delegation, he revealed. In the meantime, Shahbaz Sharif has accused the PPP government of making mockery of the judicial decisions and that law must come into operation against those, who disrespect the Constitution and the law. The CM said that the hands which were weakening Pakistan must be twisted and chopped. He cited SC judgements in NRO, NICL and Rental Power Project cases and blamed the PPP government for not implementing them rather making fun of them. The decision of the court over NICL, rental power plants and NRO had been ridiculed and national dignity had been undermined. He said that no one was above the law and it should take its course against those who were flouting the law and disregarding courts decisions. Speaking to mediamen after a ceremony held in connection with the departure of 110-member delegation to Sri Lanka and Thailand to get training for anti-dengue measures, the CM said PML(N) Quaid Nawaz Sharif has moved the Supreme Court in the nation interest to get the facts behind the memogate scam dug out so that the nation could know them. He said that Nawaz Sharif said before the SC that he has not come to the court against an individual but over an important national issue and expressed the hope that SC will expose the motives and the characters involved in this incident.