LAHORE - Governor Punjab Salman Taseer has called those terrorists as non-Muslim and beasts, which massacred innocent people especially during the month of Ramazan at a procession at Gamay Shah, Lahore and Quetta. He expressed these views while talking to media at Services Hospital on Saturday where he went to inquire after the health of injured of Lahore suicide attacks. Taseer said maintenance of law and order was the responsibility of the provincial government where Punjab Chief Minister was also the Home Minister. He said, I wrote letters to Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif in which I informed him about his Law Minister Rana Sana Ullahs meetings with banned organisations but Shahbaz did not pay any heed to it. I wrote first letter during the by-elections of Jhang. Leaders of two sects have been demanding removal of Rana Sana Ullah since long. Alleging that provincial law minister for representing the banned organisation, he said what message it sends to the people of Punjab. Governor said, Zero tolerance be shown to the terrorists and they should be executed soon after their capture. Accusing the Punjab Government of adopting soft policies towards the banned organisations, he said that Punjab was once a peaceful province but the alleged policies of the provincial government has turned the province into a land of blood. On this occasion Governor Punjab visited the wards of injured along with medical superintendent of the hospital and asked the on duty doctors about the health conditions of the injured. He pledged full support to the affected families and prayed for their early recovery. Later, Taseer visited 'Idara Minhaj-ul-Hussain Johar Town Lahore and expressed his condolences with the Principal and Chairman of Institution Maulana Dr Muhammad Hussain Akbar over the martyrs of Lahore incident. Governor also offered fateha for the martyrs of the blasts. He said Federal Government always supported the Punjab Government and the same cooperation would be extended in the future as well. He said that Punjab Government could not evade from its responsibilities by transferring or suspending few officers and the Chief Minister should realise his responsibilities rather than to quit.