ISLAMABAD - The Constitutional Reforms Committee of the Parliament successfully managed to overcome differences on the abolition of concurrent list from the constitution and the members were now working out the modus operandi on how the departments in federal purview would be transferred to the provinces, sources privy to the deliberations of the committee informed TheNation. The sources further informed that members of the committee from PML-Q and PML-F have differed with the committee on the complete abolition of the concurrent but when the committee resumed its meeting on Friday afternoon, the differences were resolved. The members were now working out a strategy to transfer the subjects to the provinces. Talking to media, the Chairman of the Committee Senator Mian Raza Rabbani said that they were progressing with consensus but refused to share details of the committees deliberations. To a question, he once again said that he could not give any time frame for the completion of the committees work and only stated that he was satisfied with the pace of work. He declined to reply to a question about the instructions from the Prime Minister for gearing up the committees work and simply said that they were meeting on day-to-day basis. However, some members of the committee, on condition of anonymity, informed TheNation that they were dealing with the issue of provincial autonomy that would take well over a month to complete. The committee would meet again on Tuesday, one of the members of the committee stated.