LAHORE-The Punjab govt on Monday gave nine additional portfolios to six Ministers, who belong to the Pakistan Muslim League-N, while the PPP has shown no reservations in this regard. On the other hand, two contentious departments, that is, Health and Communication and Works, are still with the Chief Minister. According to details, maximum number of departments have been given to Minister Agriculture Ahmed Ali Aulakh, who will hold three additional charges of Cooperatives, Livestock and Dairy Development, and Fisheries and Wildlife Departments. Minister Local Government and Community Development Department Sardar Dost Muhammad Khan Khosa has been additional portfolios of Housing and Urban Development, and Environment Departments. Minister Excise and Taxation Mian Mujtaba Shuja-ur-Rehman will hold the additional portfolio of Education Department. Minister Minority Affairs Kamran Michael has been given additional portfolio of Women Development Department. Minister Religious Affairs and Auqaf Haji Ihsan-ud-Din Qureshi has been given the additional charge of Bait-ul-Maal Department. Minister Prisons Ch Abdul Gafoor has been given additional portfolio of Commerce and Investment. Senior Minister Punjab Raja Riaz Ahmed, who is also PPP's Parliamentary leader at the Punjab Assembly, has shown no reservations to the above decision, as he said the PPP had no problem because as per the powering sharing agreement between the two coalition partners, 22 portfolios were supposed to be with the N-League, while 13 with the PPP, which were already secured by them. 'The announcement of the additional portfolios has been made from the PML-N share, and hence the PPP has no objections to this', he said while ,adding, that Health, and C&W Departments were still hanging in limbo since no decision had been finalised so far as both parties were claimants on equal footing. Recently, PPP Governor Salmaan Taseer, at a press conference, had pointed out that the PML-N government had failed in completing its Cabinet. However, Monday's decision depicted that the expansion of the Cabinet was not in the offing in near future.