ISLAMABAD - The government has announced to enhance minorities' quota to five percent in government jobs. The Federal Minister for Minorities, Shehbaz Bhatti, stated this during a meeting with Canadian Minister for Citizenship, Immigration and Multi-Culturalism, Jason Kenny, here on Saturday. Shehbaz claimed that government has taken some significant measures to protect minorities' rights in Pakistan. "The present government, under the 'dynamic' leadership of our able leaders, is determined to safeguard minorities' rights for the welfare of minorities community according to the vision of Quaid-e-Azam," Bhatti claimed. The Minister further asserted that the present regime intends to introduce several social reforms across the country. "We would undergo some 'revolutionary' reforms to bring the most deprived segments of the society into mainstream," stated the Minorities' Minister adding, the event of Christmas was celebrated with religious fervour across Paksitan. In addition, Shehbaz Bhatti comprehensively briefed Jason Kenny about the steps that the present government has taken pertaining to minorities' welfare. The Canadian official hoped that the issues related to plight of minorities would be addressed by the government soon.