LAHORE-Punjab Chief Minister, Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said that the terrorist attack at the Mazar of Data Gunj Bukhsh and the loss of innocent lives is a national tragedy and the perpetrators of this heinous act will have to account for their sins in this world and the world hereafter. Addressing assembly members and office-bearers of Pakistan Muslim League-N in Raiwind on Sunday, the CM said that there was a need for evolving a joint strategy for coping with the menace of terrorism and by proposing a national conference, Quaid PML-N Muhammad Nawaz Sharif had not only underscored the gravity of this issue but also suggested an important step for its solution. He said that Pakistan could not overcome its economic problems as long as it relied on foreign aid. Similarly, he said, he believed that mutual consultations were necessary to root out the scourge of terrorism. Shahbaz Sharif said that the elements who enacted a bloodbath at the Mazar of Data Gunj Bukhsh deserved no mercy and it was his promise to the people that all out resources would be utilized for bringing the terrorists and their accomplices to justice. He said that he himself was a humble devotee of Data Gunj Bukhsh and this tragedy gave him a great shock. Pb medics to return from Hunza today Punjab Chief Minister, Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif accorded approval for return of medical teams of Health Department Punjab sent to Hunza for providing medical assistance to Ataabad Lake affectees, spokesman of the Punjab government said on Sunday. He said that these teams will leave Hunza on Monday (today). These medical teams stayed at Hunza for 37 days and during this period, they visited the camps at Altast, Bultist, Aliabad, Menapun, Ganesh Camp, Nagar Khas and surrounding areas and provided necessary medical aid to 27,863 affected persons besides providing them more than five tons free medicines. The patients who were cured include 7,805 males, 12,763 females, 6,563 children and 733 pregnant women. During this period two delivery cases were conducted by the gynaecologists wherein two baby boys and one baby girl born while one of them was scissorion. One woman was also operated for appendices. The newly born baby boy was named as Shahbaz Sharif. According to the spokesman of the Health Department Punjab, the medical teams, after completing their mission, will leave for Lahore on Monday (today). 'Govt responsible for attacks on Darbar' Speakers at a rally have said that federal and provincial governments are responsible for the terrorist attacks on the premises of Data Darbar because this heinous act has taken place due to the security lapses. Addressing a rally of 'Azmat Data Ali Hajveri arranged by Tehrik-e-Minhaj ul Quran on Sunday from Nasir Bagh to Data Darbar shrine, Amir Irshad Tahir, Nazim Hafeez Ullah Javed, Allama Rana Adrees, Allama Muhammad Hussain Azad, Mumtaz Saddiqui, Afzal Gujjar, Hafiz Ghulam Fareed, Shahzad Khan, Professor M Ramzan, Dr Kashir Rafique and Abdul Ghafar said that the terrorists who committed the bad act of terrorism on the premises of Data Darbar shrine are the enemies of humanity. They said that those who used negligence in the security of the shrines of the saints would not be governing further, as they should know that even after the laps of 1,000 years, Data Ali Hajveri is still alive in the hearts of the people.