LAHORE - The PML-N has refused to consider the 19-point agenda put forth by the PPP Punjab parliamentary party, it is learnt. A meeting between Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif and Punjab Senior Minister Raja Riaz scheduled for today on the issue has also been cancelled, sources said. The PPP ministers called off their sit-in outside the Punjab Assembly reportedly after getting an assurance from the PML-N that their demands would be entertained. At least, Raja Riaz told reporters that he had been assured by the CM that the Punjab government would consider their 19 points and a joint parliamentary committee would also be formed to implement the agenda. In his media talk, Raja announced that they (the CM and the minister himself) would meet again on Thursday (today) to form a parliamentary committee as desired by the PPP ministers. PML-N sources, however, clarified that Shahbaz Sharif had not made any promise to Raja Riaz on the 19-point charter of demands. Neither was any commitment made to him about the formation of a parliamentary committee, sources added. PML-Ns Senator Pervaiz Rashid too expressed his ignorance of the scheduled Thursday meeting between the CM and the senior minister. He said he was also unaware of any move regarding formation of a parliamentary committee. Raja should now take his 19 points to the All Parties Conference proposed by his leader Asif Ali Zardari, he said sarcastically. Talking to TheNation on Wednesday, Senior Punjab Minister Raja Riaz, nonetheless, said his meeting with the chief minister scheduled for Thursday (today) to finalise names for the proposed parliamentary body was intact. However, the media adviser to Raja Riaz later telephoned this reporter late Wednesday night to tell that the scheduled meeting between the CM and senior minister has been postponed. It will now be held on Friday (tomorrow), he added. Governor Sardar Latif Khosa played the role of a mediator in earlier talks after a formal request by Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah, who called on him at the Governors House to discuss the issue. It was followed by a meeting between the governor and the senior minister. Senior Adviser to CM, Sardar Zulfiqar Khosa also met Raja Riaz that day to persuade him to call off the sit-in.