Chief Minister Punjab Mian Shahbaz Sharif has said that corruption and bad governance has weakened the bases of country and it needed to wage an organised campaign to drag the country out of the prevailing situation. Talking to media persons on the occasion of launching anti-polio drive here in Lahore on Saturday, Shahbaz Sharif said that the Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) will play its warranted role for the elimination of corruption in the country. However, he said that any political party cannot solely overcome a number of crises confronting the country's stability and economy and it needed joint efforts to mend the situation. The chief minister reiterated the resolve to fight against those who siphoned off from national exchequer. He said that PML-N led provincial government was committed to eliminate dengue virus and provide best possible treatment to the affected people. Solid steps were being taken as precautionary measures to stop further outspread of the deadly disease, he added. Shahbaz Sharif said that dengue was an epidemic but some elements were criticising the Punjab government performance which has spared no efforts to give relief to the people. He said that opponents were politicising the issue for personal interest and defaming the PML-N but such elements would not succeed in their nefarious designs.