LAHORE Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah Khan while dismissing the allegations of the Punjab Governor on Sasti Roti Scheme has said that 'a cheat finds cheats everywhere. Talking to media on Tuesday, Sana said that the allegations levelled by Governor Salmaan Taseer against the Punjab government were unfounded as no bullet-proof car had been transferred to any CM relative for use. He said that Sasti Roti Scheme was a very successful project whereof rotis on very cheap rates were available to the poor. Countering the allegations on this score, he said: A fraudster sees fraudsters everywhere. He said the allegations of the Governor smacked off impression as if he was the Governor of Indian Punjab. Meanwhile, through a handout, a Punjab govt spokesman has strongly contradicted the statements appearing in a section of the Press regarding the number of bullet-proof vehicles under the use of provincial government. The spokesman said that Punjab government had a total of 11 bullet-proof vehicles out of which one was gifted to Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa which is facing terrorism. He said out of the remaining 10 vehicles, one vehicle is reserved for Supreme Court and Lahore High Court while two are being used by Governor Punjab and one by Senior Punjab Minister Raja Riaz. He said as far as Chief Minister Punjab is concerned he has only two such vehicles out of which one is being used by him and the other by his family. He said that out of the remaining four bullet-proof vehicles, two are in the VVIP pool of Punjab government in Islamabad and two are reserved for President of Pakistan, Prime Minister, Governors and Chief Ministers of other provinces and VVIP personalities and foreign delegations for their visit to Lahore. In another handout, the spokesman said that Sasti Roti is available for Rs2 at 12,145 tandoors in various cities of the province. The spokesman said that Punjab government is supplying subsidised atta to Sasti Roti tandoors on the basis of population density of each city. He further said that the number of tandoors supplying sasti roti in district Lahore is seven per cent less than the population density rate of the district which is 17 per cent whereas the number of sasti roti tandoors in district Faisalabad is 10 per cent. Giving details of sasti roti tandoors in various districts, the spokesman said district Lahore has 2,084 tandoors, Faisalabad 1,265, Rawalpindi 1,538, Multan 898, Gujranwala 493, Sargodha 384, Bahawalpur 389, Sheikhupura 408, Rahimyar Khan 280, Gujrat 250, Kasur 239, Okara 227, Sialkot 189, Jhang 105, Bahawalnagar 189, Muzaffargarh 287, Khanewal 119, Vehari 155, Sahiwal 345, Attock 223, Jhelum 230, DG Khan 126, Hafizabad 185, Pakpattan 267, Lodharan 139, Mandi Bahauddin 147, Layyah 210, Chakwal 304, Chiniot 14, Narowal 67, Rajanpur 88, Bhakkar 56, Nankana Sahib 87, Mianwali 62, Toba Tek Singh 54 and Khushab 42 tandoors.