LAHORE Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said it is the collective responsibility of all Pakistanis to strive for national development and prosperity, and a joint struggle will have to be waged for the equitable distribution of resources, supremacy of law and justice and transforming the country in accordance with the vision of Allama Iqbal and Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. The need for evolving a national roadmap for countering Pakistans challenges and problems is more than ever now. All segments of the society should play their role for elimination of terrorism and extremism and solution of other problems. War against corruption and terrorism will have to be won for the survival of the country; otherwise the future generations will never forgive us, he maintained, while addressing MPAs of Faisalabad and Sargodha divisions at CMs Secretariat here on Tuesday. Senior Advisor Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa, Minister Law Rana Sanaullah Khan, Advisor Begum Zakiya Shahnawaz and Khawaja Ahmad Hassaan, RPOs, Commissioners and DCOs and DPOs of the districts concerned were also present on the occasion. The CM observed that terrorism was the biggest problem of the country and could be tackled only with the force of unity. The army, administration, police, civil society, media and people of all walks of life will have to contribute their share for ridding the country of the menace of terrorism. War against terrorism can be won only with collective efforts. Supremacy of law and justice, equitable distribution of resources and honesty are the hallmark of all civilised societies and rapid progress will have to be made for achieving these objectives, he said, adding that the government machinery would have to realise its responsibilities and become servant of the people in the real sense. Honest and professional officers are deputed in the province purely on merit, but the desired results have not been achieved. The poor visiting police stations for justice are still looked down upon by the police officials. It is time to change Thana culture and make police stations a centre for the provision of justice, he mentioned. Shahbaz Sharif observed that the unjust system of distribution of resources and oppression of the poor would have to be changed, and the Punjab government was utilising all its resources for the uplift of the deprived segments of the society and the setting up of Daanish Schools in far-flung and backward areas was a step in this regard.