ISLAMABAD,Oct 31: The rapid spread of dengue virus has alarmed the people all across Pakistan while the government has shown no sign of making special arrangements to control this deadly epidemic, lurking throughout the country. The reports about the increasing victims of dengue virus and dying patients are constantly growing from the different areas and cities of the country, which has alarmed the people to an extreme level but the governmentâ€™s health department has shown no urgency to take precautionary measures to curb this rapidly spreading menace. A four year old child, Kamran, has become the latest victim of dengue in Abaran area of Naushehro Feroze; the local people staged an agitation against the negligence of the Health Deprtment for not making fumigation arrangements. Thirteen new cases of dengue patients have been reported by the Civil Hospital of Hyderabad. The focal person of Civil Hospital, Dr. Rasheed Akhtar, has informed that the toll of the dengue patients, admitted in the hospital, has mounted to 83 while more than 123 patients have been tested positive through out the district. After six doctorsâ€™ falling prey of dengue virus in Khyber Pakhtun Khwaâ€™s city Abbotabad, the doctors have cut the visits of wards; that has multiplied the problems of the patients. More than 3,356 people in Karachi while 112 in the interior of Sindh have been affected by the dengue. At least 241 more dengue patients are reported in Punjab including 194 of Lahore. According to the latest dengue reports, 11 in Multan, 8 in Faisalabad, 7 in Rahimyaar Khan, 5 in Sheikhupura, 3 in Rawalpindi, 3 in Sargodha and 2 patients have been reported in Mianwali while one four year old girl patient of Occupied Balochistan has been admitted in a D.I.Khanâ€™s hospital.