ISLAMABAD - Punjab Chief Minister and Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) President Mian Shahbaz Sharif during a meeting with Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani on Monday agreed to tone down his partys posture on invoking Article 6 against Gen (Retd) Pervez Musharraf and National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO). But both the leaders could not agree on a modus operandi on appointment of administrators on culmination of local government system in the Punjab, as Pakistan Peoples Party wanted share in appointment of administrators of their choice in the province, while Shahbaz was of the view that appointments on these seats should be made on merit, sources in both the parties disclosed to TheNation. In the meeting, that was held at PM House on Monday morning, both the leaders took stock of the political, economic and security situation in the country. Sources privy to the deliberations of the meeting, which was held in cordial atmosphere, informed that Shahbaz demanded of the Prime Minister to issue notification for early dissolution of local governments and end interference of Federation and Presidency in the local bodies system. During the meeting, the sources revealed, the Prime Minister said the government would take all political forces and provinces into confidence on all national issues and would respect the decisions of Federation as well as provinces, while summary dissolving the local bodies had been sent to Awan-i-Sadr. Premier Gilani expressed his concern the way PML-N was taking hostile stance on the issue of invoking Article 6 against Gen (Retd) Musharraf and NRO and asked Shahbaz to direct his party MPs not to take a hostile stance which might harm the incumbent political dispensation in the country. The sources further said that both the leaders agreed that political leadership should avoid things, which could harm the political set-up, adding Shahbaz assured the Premier that PML-N would not become part of any move aimed at dislodging or weakening the incumbent political dispensation. While reiterating their resolve to strengthen the democratic system, both leaders agreed to work for the political stability, sovereignty of the Parliament and resolution of the pending issues including the 17th Amendment, 58(2)b and Charter of Democracy. They also discussed local government system in the light of the decisions taken in the special meeting chaired by the Prime Minister and was attended by all the four chief ministers, Prime Minister AJ&K and Chief Executive Northern Areas. Both Premier Gilani and CM Shahbaz were on the same wavelength on repealing 17th constitutional Amendment, Article 58(2)b and restoration of the 1973 Constitution in its original form. Shahbaz assured the Premier that his party would go an extra-mile in getting through constitutional reforms from the Parliament and said that the PML-N would also continue supporting government in each and every step aimed at strengthening Parliament, Constitution and the democratic institutions. He apprised the Prime Minister of the rehabilitation plan for the Christian community in Gojra. The Prime Minister emphasised that steps should be taken to promote interfaith harmony to prevent recurrence of such incidents. Gilani said solid steps would be taken to avoid Gojra like incidents in future. He added that no one would be allowed to challenge the government writ and elements found in such activities would be met with an iron hand. Informed sources informed that Shahbaz in the meeting informed Gilani about the investigations of Gojra incident and said people involved in it would be strictly punished. He said all possible steps would be taken to ensure security of minorities.