ISLAMABAD The National Assembly was informed on Friday that meeting of the 'Madrassa Reforms Committee is scheduled to be held in the last week of the ongoing month. Background of the case is that the Ministry of Interior is in the process of establishing a regulatory body to bring the Madrassa Education into mainstream, Minister for Interior Rehman Malik told the National Assembly during the question-hour. The Minister said that the steps were being taken so that the students, getting education at religious educational institutions, are brought at par with those of regular educational institutions. He also said that it was felt imperative to take the leadership of Ittehad Tanzeemat-e-Madaris Pakistan (ITMP) in confidence before setting up such a body, Rehman Malik maintained. It was further informed that for this purpose a number of marathon meetings with the leadership of ITMP have been held. I n the last meeting held on January 27, a sub-committee was formed to look into the matter to finalise the proposal. To another question, the Minister said that as many as 59 cases of violence against women were registered during 2008-10 in Islamabad. According to the details, the cases filed included 21 cases in 2008, 34 in 2009 and 4 cases in 2010 till date. It was further informed that two cases were cancelled while challan sof 40 have been submitted. Under these cases 10 have been acquitted and 30 are still under trial, said Rehman Malik.