LAHORE - Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Monday reiterated his governments stance that it will not accept any pressure on Raymond Davis case, while federal government was competent to determine diplomatic immunity to the US national accused of killing two Pakistanis on Thursday. Talking to the media after his first official visit to the Governors House, he said the issue of American national was sub-judice, and it was up to the federal government and foreign office to determine if he enjoyed diplomatic immunity. The chief minister said the matter was being investigated from all aspects and government will administer justice by fulfilling all legal requirements regarding the case. He said every body was equal before the law, and blood of a Pakistani was as sacred as that of any body else. Shahbaz said that being chief executive of the province he wanted to assure the people that justice will be done with every body. Answering a question, the CM said that the Punjab government had asked the US Consulate General in Lahore to hand over the vehicle as well as the driver involved in running over a Pakistani national during a speed spree to rescue Raymond Davis.