LAHORE - Following the decision by PPP and PML-N to keep the coalition intact in Punjab , the latter has agreed to give 40 per cent share of power to the former in the province as agreed upon between the two parties at the time of formation of coalition government. A four-member committee of the PPP and PML-N met here on Tuesday to chalk out modalities in this regard. Advisor to Chief Minister, Sardar Zulfiqar Khosa, Punjab Minister for Law, Rana Sana Ullah, Senior Minister Raja Riaz and Punjab Minister for Finance Tanvir Ashraf Kaira attended the meeting. Later, while briefing newsmen after the parleys, the leaders from both sides gave an impression to the media that all contentious issues between the two parties have been resolved and that they would work together as before to serve the people. Speaking on the occasion, Raja Riaz told reporters that he was very much satisfied with the outcome of the meeting, as the PML-N has accepted PPP 's right to have its share of power in Punjab at the ratio of 60:40 respectively. He said a strong govt in Punjab would emerge after the recent understanding reached between the coalition partners. Raja said that PML-N leaders had assured him that PPP would be given 40 per cent share in respect of representation in the provincial cabinet, postings and transfers of senior police and civil officers and allocation of development funds. Law Minister Rana Sana Ullah said that all polemical issues between the two parties have been settled, and PML-N would give due share of power to the PPP in Punjab . To a question that PML-N had difference of opinion with the PPP over the issues of reinstatement of deposed judges and the 17th amendment, Rana said that both of these disputes were federal subjects and were to be settled in National Assembly and not in the Punjab Assembly. To another question, he said that PML-Q had no place in politics, whereas the forward bloc, to whom he called "unification bloc", had a very bright future. Zulfiqar Khosa said that both the PML-N and PPP had got anti-Musharraf vote in February 18 election and struggled together for eight long years for restoration of democracy in the country. Replying to a question, he said PML-N had objections against attitude of the Punjab Governor, and not against his appointment. "Now that he (Governor) is silent for the last few days, it is a good sign for the ruling alliance in Punjab . He said PML-N had no grudge against the Governor. Earlier, addressing a news conference at local press club, Raja Riaz said that PPP wanted 40 per cent share of power in Punjab as agreed upon between the two parties at the time of formation of coalition government. Replying to a question, he said that his party might review its decision to remain part of the coalition in Punjab at any stage if it is denied its due share of power in the province. He said the PPP wanted 40 per cent share in provincial cabinet, postings and transfers of senior government officers, allocation of development funds and redress of complaints of PPP legislators pertaining to their constituencies. He said a four-member committee comprising Sardar Zulfiqar Khosa, Rana Sana, Tanvir Ashraf Kaira and himself, constituted earlier, had been revived to streamline affairs of coalition govt. The Punjab CM has assured that he would keep in touch with the members of the committee for smooth functioning of the Govt, he added.  To a question, he said that in the possibility of PML-N sending any reference against the Punjab Governor, Salman Taseer, the PPP would defend its man in Punjab . He said his party had no complaints against Punjab Chief Secretary Javed Mahmood.