LAHORE-Punjab Governor Salmaan Taseer Tuesday said there were vast opportunities of investment in Pakistan and many multi-national companies were successfully doing their business in a risk-free environment. He was talking to a parliamentary delegation from Australia which called on him at Governor House led by Mrs. Amanda Fazio, the President of State Legislative Council New South Wales, Australia. Judge of the State Supreme Court Mrs. Justice Jaane Harrison, member State Senate Ms. Lynda Valtz, member Muslim State Senate, Mr. Shaaquette Mosulmane, member State Parliament, Mrs. Dawn Fardell, Parliamentary Secretary Ms. Sonia Hornery, Senior Policy Advisor to the Premier Ms. Cassandra Wilkinson and Australian Television Journalist Ms. Hannah Meagher were part of the delegation. Taseer told the delegation that religious institutions (Madrassas) did not provide shelter to terrorists, rather, they were spreading the message of love, peace, brotherhood and religious harmony among the people. The governor deplored that world perception about Pakistan was not good due to worst terrorism in the country; but the people here were peace loving, courageous and hospitable. Governor said Pakistan would like to benefit from Australian expertise in the field of agriculture to strengthen its economy which was agri-based. Australian delegation showed interest in enhancing mutual cooperation in different sectors, and governor assured that Pakistan government will provide congenial atmosphere to Australians for the purpose. Governor Punjab appreciated the efforts of Australian doctors, as they helped flood affected people from different diseases by establishing a field hospital at Kot Addu..