LAHORE-Punjab Governor, Sardar Latif Ahmad Khosa is very satisfied with the outcome of Wednesdays call on by Punjab Law Minister Rana Sana Ullah at the Governors House, as Punjab government has acknowledged his legal stance he had taken on different issues, said governors legal advisor Abdullah Malik while talking to TheNation on Thursday. Divulging some details of the meeting, Malik said that law minister has assured the governor that concerned officers of the Punjab government will be available to him for briefing on any issue whenever he felt the need for it. Such meetings will be coordinated through a written communication between Principal Secretary to the Governor and Secretary to the Chief Minister. He further disclosed that on the issue of appointment of Vice-chancellors to universities, governors authority in his capacity as Chancellor of universities has also be conceded and all future appointments of VCs will be made by the governor, but through mutual consultation and consensus between the two high offices. In this regard, it has been agreed that recommendations of the Search Committee for selection of the Vice-Chancellors will be given due consideration to a greater extent, he added. Mr Malik also revealed that the two sides have also agreed to stop issuance of provocative statements against each other to ensure a good working relationship. Meanwhile, it has been learnt that Chief Secretary (CS) Punjab, Nasir Mahmood Khosa played mediatory role to bring the two sides on the negotiation table. As per sources, it was on the side lines of the oath taking ceremony of Acting Lahore High Court Chief Justice last week, also attended by the CS, that Wednesdays meeting and its agenda was finalized. It is to be noted that Punjab CS along with the secretaries of law and higher education was also part of that meeting.