LAHORE (APP) - Punjab Governor Salman Taseer has said that neither federal nor provincial governments are responsible for the current sugar crisis and termed it a gap between demand and supply. He was talking to the media men during a ceremony held to distribute flour, sugar, ghee and tea bags among the needy and the poor under Ramzan Package at the Governor House here on Sunday. Defending Punjab government he said Punjab government was not guilty of sugar crisis. The governor lauded the efforts of the Punjab government to cut down sugar prices in the province. Responding to a query the governor said sugar mills owners had always earned huge profits and they should take pity on the poor masses now and reduce the sugar prices to the minimum. To a question he said PPP had never become a part of undemocratic conspiracy theories. He said PPP did not believe in 'Midnight Jackal operations. PPP government has been elected by the masses for 5 years and PPP would complete its tenure, he added. Slaman Taseer said a solemn ceremony would be held in the Governor house on September 9 to commemorate the completion of one year of President Asif Ali Zardari in the Presidency. He said rich tributes would be paid to the President Asif Ali Zardari for his efforts in strengthening democracy in Pakistan. Earlier, in his address, the governor said Punjab Governor House belonged to the people and its doors were open for all. We are political inheritors of Shaheed Mohtarama Benazir Bhuttos thought and we will continue this thought, he added. The governor gave away Ramzan Package flour and sugar bags among some 700 needy men and women. PPP Secretary Information Fauzia Wahab was also present on the occasion.