LAHORE - Punjab Governor Sardar Latif Ahmad Khan Khosa has expressed his dismay over Speaker Punjab Assemblys decision not to make PML-Qs resolution on creation of new province part of Assemblys agenda during its upcoming session due on Thursday. 'Killing of an important resolution in Speakers chamber is not a good omen, Khosa observed while talking to media here on Monday after addressing a ceremony at Governors House held in connection with 58th birth anniversary of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto. The Governor said if PML-N had any objection to the resolution submitted by PML-Q on creation of Saraiki province, it should have allowed discussion on the subject in the House to elicit opinion of Parliamentarians. He sought PML-Ns cooperation in making of Saraiki province, saying that sense of deprivation of people in south Punjab was increasing day by day. 'I will appeal to all including Sharif brothers to sit together and evolve consensus over Saraiki province, he said, adding, that cooperation of PML-N on the issue was vital to materialise this objective. To a question, he expressed his astonishment over Nawaz Sharifs statement that he was regretful over his decision to sign the Charter of Democracy (CoD).The Governor emphasised the need for implementing the CoD in the larger interest of the country. Earlier, addressing the ceremony, the Governor said that PPP always fought against dictators and never bowed before them. He said that Shaheed Z.A.Bhutto empowered people and steered them out of the demoralisation from the 1971 crisis. 'This was Bhutto Shaheed who got freed 93,000 soldiers from Indian jails, gave a unanimous Constitution of 1973, held the OIC summit in Lahore, started nuclear programme besides a number of other landmark achievements for Pakistan, he said, adding, that Benazir Bhutto gave missile technology to the country and made its defence invincible. Highlighting the achievements of the Shaheed Benazir Bhutto, the Governor said that in her second tenure, Pakistan was producing surplus electricity with 19,500 megawatts against its requirement of 13,000. Khosa suggested that a suo moto notice should be taken to ascertain facts where the surplus electricity had gone.