PESHAWAR - The Oversight Committee on Implementation of the 18th Constitutional Amendment unanimously decided on Thursday to approach all the national and international forums to seek return of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa assets and antiques. This decision was taken in a meeting of the Oversight Committee held with Minister for Information and Public Relations Mian Iftikhar Hussain in the chair in Peshawar. It was revealed in the meeting that the assets and antiques of sports, tourism, archaeology and youth affairs sectors were lying at different places of the country as well as at Ethro-Airport, England. The meeting, besides the committee members - KP Minister for Law Barrister Arshad Abdullah, Minister for Industries Ahmad Hussain Shah, MPAs Adnan Khan Wazir and Shagufta Malik - was attended by Minister for Sports Syed Aqil Shah and Secretaries of Administration, Sports and Inter-Provincial Coordination Departments. Member of the Implementation Commission Senator Afrasiyab Khattak also attended the meeting on special invitation. The meeting discussed the transfer of PTDC, Malam Jaba Resort, Paitham Swat, archaeological sites, antiques of Swat Museum, National Sports Board, Youth Centre Peshawar and its other affairs to the provincial govt in line with the 18th Constitutional Amendment.