LAHORE - Provincial Minister for Law and Parliamentary Affairs, Rana Sanaullah has said that NRO was a symbol of corruption and a person who considers such a despicable ordinance as a medal, did not have right to stay as Governor of Punjab. He said it is in the interest of PPP itself to 'remove Salmaan Taseer from his office. He was talking to a delegation of Muslim League (N) workers from Faisalabad here on Monday. According to a hand out, Rana Sanaullah said that only an insane person can issue statements in favour of such a law to which even the beneficiary party was not ready to defend in the parliament or before the court of law. He said the fate of the latest adventure of Governor Punjab against Muslim League (N) will not be any different from the Governors rule which resulted only in shame and humiliation for the adventurists. Rana Sanaullah further said it is a historical fact that PPP had always left a bad taste about selection of the Governor of the largest province of the country but this time, it has not only ridiculed democracy but also insulted 100 million people of the of Punjab. He said people are in fix as to why PPP is forced to stick to such a remnant of the dark era of Gen Musharraf. 'Solar energy tubewells soon Senior Provincial Minister Raja Riaz Ahmed has said that the government has planned to the install solar energy tubewells for agriculture purposes in the province and a pilot project in this regard would soon be launched. The minister said this while presiding over a high level meeting at committee room of Irrigation Department. MPA Col (r) Shuja Khanzada, Secretaries of Irrigation & Industries Department and high-ranking officers attended the meeting. Senior Minister said the installation of solar tube wells at canals would go to meet 10 per cent shortfall of water. He said in Punjab, 200 constables would be appointed in Irrigation Department who would perform duties to check water theft. The Secretary Irrigation Maj (r) Azam Suleman told the meeting that there were 10 to 15 foreign companies interested to work in solar energy sector. He said these companies from Japan, China, Spain, Singapore and other countries can explore a lot in Punjab but these tube wells should be price wise affordable.