LAHORE - Central leaders of PPP Senator Dr Safdar Abbasi and Naheed Khan have urged the government to avert any wrong step at this juncture of time. Talking to the media on Saturday, the PPP leaders stated that it was court, which had to interpret the issue of Presidents immunity. They also said that it seems that the PPP government was not interested in solving the case of Benazir Bhutto Shaheed, while failure of the government in this regard would pose a serious challenge for the party in the next general elections. Meanwhile, President PPP Lahore and Federal Minister Samina Khalid Ghurki called on Governor Punjab Salman Taseer. The meeting, which was held at Governor House discussed in detail the issues related with the PPP organizational matters linked with the provincial capital. Chairman Aitkan Stuart visits Fountain House Fountain House Lahore is a rehabilitation centre for the persons suffering from mental illness. It was established in 1971 by the renowned Professor of Psychiatry Dr Muhammad Rashid Chaudhry, who rendered his honorary services till his death in 2000. Fountain House is an internationally recognised institute for its state of the art treatment facilities and standard rehab services to the ailing persons from across the country and people from Pakistan Occupied Kashmir in addition to the Pakistani families living abroad. It is under the administrative control of the Lahore Mental Health Association, an NGO registered with Directorate of Social Welfare Punjab. It is mainly run on donations from the philanthropists within the country in addition to the grants from the federal and provincial governments. The Federal Board of Revenue has exempted it from Income Tax. Prof. Haroon Rashid Chaudhry, Honorary Executive Director of Fountain House, who took over the charge after the death of his father, is an energetic man who has mobilised all possible efforts in collection of funds from the philanthropists. He met Amir Jaffery Chairman Aitkan Stuart Pak Ltd and invited him to visit Fountain House. Mr Jaffery visited the House and went round the House and witnessed the members at work in different working units and was much impressed. He expressed his pleasant surprise over the huge set up of the centre and appreciated hygienic surrounding. He suggested the administration to mobilise its efforts with the media. He also promised to help in fund raising.