LAHORE - Bitterly criticising Governor Salman Taseer for distortion of facts, Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah has challenged Taseer to substantiate the allegations with specifics and figures. Rana suggested that the Governor, in case he is proved wrong, to go quiet for two months 'provided the PPP man is a conscientious soul. Rana Sanaullah was addressing a Press conference at the Punjab Assembly here on Wednesday. Also in a written statement, he did not hesitate using such derogatory remarks for the Governor, as are deemed to be unbecoming of a 'democratic Minister. He charged that the Governor was issuing false statements and telling blatant lies, which was an effort aimed at damaging the interests of the people of Punjab. A person holding a constitutional post should think prior to issuing reckless statements, he said, also challenging him for holding a television debate within next three days on the issues raised by the Governor. If I lose, I will resign; otherwise Taseer should be keeping mum for two months, he said. Referring to the Governors statement about the relatives of the PML-N leadership, he said the N-League workers were agitated, but they had been stopped from being reactionary. If we had no respect for the PML-N traditions, the Governor would have been given purely fact-based tit-for-tat replies, and he would not have any place in Pakistan to hide his face, he opined, adding that the PML-N did not expect any good from the Governor since the latter did not have any concept of honour and dignity. Taseers statements are anti-Punjab and anti-democracy, he observed. Rana Sana opined that after the passage of the 18th Amendment, the Governors worth was equal to a tissue paper. Giving detail of bullet-proof vehicles of the Punjab government, a subject highlighted by the Governor since the recent past, he said out of a total 11 cars, two each were with the Governor and Chief Minister (one under the use of CMs family), one each for PPPs Senior Minister Raja Riaz, and Lahore High Court and Supreme Court (Lahore Registry), four reserved for President, Prime Minister, Chief Ministers of other provinces, head of states and visiting delegates, while one had been gifted to the CM Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. However, there existed a disparity between the written statement and the official document given to the media men. The statement mentioned that there were eight bulletproof cars, while the document enlisted 11 vehicles. Rebutting the Governors assertion regarding the Sasti Roti Scheme, Rana Sana told the journalists that during the fiscal year 2009-10, out of a total of Rs 315 billion non-development budget, Rs 7 billion were allocated for the Sasti Roti. 'In different districts, 12145 registered tandoors are functioning as per urban population basis. This list is being sent to the Governor so that he should check for himself and see the number of poor being facilitated, he maintained. While replying a question about former Chairman Bank of Punjab Hamesh Khan, the Law Minister said if any law enforcement agency of the province would want to investigate the defamed banker, Khan could be probed after taking permission from the court. He also mentioned that a few people had met the banker in US, and had assured Khan of their support. To another question, he denounced that the Punjab was defaulting, adding, that the provincial government was functioning in a better manner. About the deputing of the Elite Force, he said after reports by agencies, a few personalities had been provided the security of the force, while the rest of the personnel were serving the masses.