KARACHI - Governor Punjab Salman Taseer has strongly dismissed the rumours, being spread by some elements, that there were chances of Governor's rule in his province saying the PPP will continue its efforts to strengthen democratic institutions in the country. "No such thing has been discussed or being implemented and the democratic dispensation in Punjab would continue", he said while talking to newsmen at the CM House here on Thursday. Salman Taseer said he wanted a coalition government in Punjab but so far it could not be formed. He regretted that important portfolios in Punjab like health and education were still with ministers and being run through task forces. He urged the ruling PML-N in Punjab to complete provincial cabinet so that the government could be run in an effective and smooth manner. "People had elected their representatives in the elections not the task forces which are running the affairs of the government. Even after the passage of almost one year, only three meetings of the Punjab Cabinet are held awhile the important post of chairman Public Accounts Committee is still lying vacant", he said. Responding to a query about his meeting with the President, Salman Taseer said that since he was the nominee of the president, such meetings were the routine matter. "As the representative of the centre in Punjab, I will follow the instructions of the President and do my job in full understanding and confidence of the President", he maintained. He termed it the large heartedness of PPP that it had not stopped PML-N from holding demonstrations against the government and at the same time enjoying power in the largest province of the country. He alleged that entire official machinery and resources of the Punjab government were used when the deposed Chief Justice visited the province. Taseer rejected the reports that there was any tussle between his family and Sharif brothers. "There was no such thing. However, they (Sharifs) had arrested me during their last tenure", he said. Responding to another question about former President Pervez Musharraf, he said the retired general was removed through democratic process and its credit should go to President Asif Ali Zardari. About the lawyers' long march, the Governor said that in a democratic environment anyone could hold long march, short march or quick march. They had time for all these things and not for good governance, he said. Responding to a query about MQM, he said the MQM was a coalition partner of the PPP and meetings and discussion with its leaders were aimed at improving lot of the common man.