LAHORE-Following the eruption of law and order situation at some polling stations in City on Sunday on the occasion of AJK elections, Punjab Governor Sardar Latif Khosa telephoned Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, but he was not available to take the phone call. Later, when the media highlighted the news, Punjab governments spokesperson came up with the bizarre explanation that Punjab CM was unaware of Governors call as he was at Donga Galli. Sources in the Governors House, however, said that Chief Ministers staff informed him about Governors call but he declined to receive it. Spokesperson for Governors House told The Nation that Shahbaz Sharif returned Governors call after about one hour, but by that time polling had been halted due to bad law and order situation and Rangers had taken control of one of the polling stations. They further informed that after failing to contact the Chief Minister, the Governor talked to Punjab Chief Secretary, IG Punjab and the CCPO Lahore and asked them to control the situation. DG Rangers was also informed about the development and asked to send Rangers personnel forthwith. In the meantime, Governor Khosa received a call from Chief Election Commissioner AJK who told him about the abduction of Returning Officer in Lahore by PML-N activists and requested for his early release. Later, when Shahbaz talked to the Governor, the latter apprised him of the happenings at polling stations and also sought release of the abducted Returning Officer.