LAHORE - Federal Law Minister, Dr. Babar Awan refuted media reports that party had asked women parliamentarians of Punjab Assembly to submit their resignations. as mere propaganda and there was no reality in it. Talking to media men at the Punjab Assembly here, the minister termed news stories in this regard a mere propaganda, and added that since resignations are collected at the time of allotment of party tickets, there was no need to do this exercise a fresh. He said there was no threat to the government and its performance was reflected through the recently presented federal budget, which, he said, was the first one independently presented by the PPP government. The first budget suffered from the effects of the previous regime and the second one was presented in coalition with the PML (N), he observed. Regarding PML-N Chief, Muhammad Nawaz Sharifs reservations about implementation of court decisions, he said government had implemented all the decisions by the superior court in the light of the law and the Constitution. The decisions of the judges speak themselves, he commented in reply to a question, adding that he would not make any comment since the cases regarding the 18th amendment and the Nawaz Sharif eligibility were subjudice. To a question about purchasing loyalties of lawyers, he said that such things about lawyers were an insult to the community. He said lawyers could neither been bribed nor could their loyalty be purchased.