KARACHI - Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Muhammad Aslam Raisani on Wednesday called on Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah and discussed issues pending after the approval of 18th Amendment. Sources said that both leaders, after discussion in detail, decided that both provinces would support each others point of view on host of issues pending with the federal government despite passage of 18th Amendment in the Constitution. Almost all the four provinces have been pressing for transferring of assets of federal ministries to the respective provincial governments, but this issue is yet to be addressed at federal level. Meanwhile, official statement issued by the CM House said that chief ministers of Sindh and Balochistan discussed matters of mutual interests. Syed Qaim Ali Shah welcomed the Balochistan chief minister and said that people of Sindh and Balochistan had almost common cultural heritage, traditions and costumes. He said that Pakistan was bouquet of different flowers and every flower of each province has its own column and specialty. Shah further said that there were cordial and brethren relations between the people of Sindh and Balochistan. He said that it had remained practice of people of Sindh that during the summer season, people from Sindh had been visiting Quetta and other parts of Balochistan. Nawab Muhammad Aslam Raisani thanked the chief minister Sindh for warm welcome and discussed matters of mutual interest. He also discussed issues pending after approval of the 18th Amendment and provincial autonomy. Raisani said that people of Balochistan wanted to strengthen Pakistan, and have evolved prompt measures and strategy to take all parties together under the banner of spirit of reconciliation under grand coalition. He informed that Balochistan government had taken initiatives with the assistance and cooperation of federal government and the people of the province. Official statement said that senior Minister Education of Sindh Government, Pir Mazharul Haq informed that UNICEF was providing all essential facilities to 600 schools in flood-affected areas of the province. The Sindh chief minister said that UNICEF and other world agencies were assisting for furtherance of education. Later, Qaim hosted a lunch for the Balochistan chief minister and his delegation, which was also attended by Pir Mazharul Haq, Law Minister, Muhammad Ayaz Soomro.