LAHORE Senior Advisor to Punjab Chief Minister Sirdar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa has said that steps are being taken for necessary amendment in rules of business and law in light of 18th Amendment whereof powers of most of the departments stand delegated to the provinces and concerned assets are being handed over to the provincial authorities. However, he directed the high-ranking officials of the provincial administration to speed up working on the formulation of powers and duties of the departments after 18th amendment as the Concurrent List has been scrapped and majority of the federal subjects stand devolved on the provinces. Khosa expressed these views while presiding over the cabinet sub-committee meeting on Concurrent List at Assembly Chambers. The meeting was attended by Finance Minister Tanvir Ashraf Kaira, Law Minister Rana Sanaullah Khan, Chief Secretary, ACS, SMBR, Member P&D and Secretaries of Law, Finance, Labour, Auquaf, Home, Health, Education, Zakat & Usher and Population Welfare Departments besides high ranking officials. Khosa also directed that funds and assets to be handed over to the provinces should be utilised for the welfare of the people and the respective departments should adopt a clear cut policy and made amendment in rules 'of business wherever required. The participants of the committee were briefed by the respective secretaries/high-ranking officials regarding proposed amendments in rules regarding labour welfare, health, education, population welfare, zakat & usher, home, revenue, information and other departments after the abolition of concurrent list.