LAHORE Punjab Senior Minister Raja Riaz has announced that the PPPs provincial ministers will hold a sit-in in front of the Punjab Assembly building on Tuesday if the PML-N chief fails to respond to the 19-point agenda presented by the PPP on Monday (today). He made this announcement while talking to media on Sunday. Coming hard on Punjab government, he said that PPP was a major coalition partner of the PML-N in the province but Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif never took them into confidence in the affairs of province. Raja Riaz said the party had decided to record its protest in case the PML-N failed to implement the recommendations put forward by the PPP. Meanwhile, Senator Pervez Rasheed, spokesman of PML-N while reacting to PPPs announcement, said the PPP ministers might happily stage a sit-in outside the Assembly after resigning from cabinet and surrendering protocols and flagged cars. He denied Punjab government had received any letter from Raja Riaz. Agencies add: Punjab Senior Minister Raja Riaz Ahmed had told a news conference that the provincial parliamentary party of PPP had sent a 19-point agenda to the chief of PML-N Mian Nawaz Sharif for improving the performance of the Punjab government.The PPP asked Nawaz Sharif to remove corrupt provincial ministers whose portfolios were changed in the recent past over corruption and negligence charges. The party also demanded holding of local government elections as early as possible and action against officials responsible for failure of Sasti Roti and food stamp schemes. This had come in the wake of the 10-point agenda that the PML-N had initially presented the PPP with along with a 45-day deadline.