ISLAMABAD Advisor to the Prime Minister on Inter-Provincial Coordination Senator Raza Rabbani has said that missing persons issue was a very sensitive matter and a detailed in-camera briefing on the methodology being adopted by the concerned Judicial Commission will be given to Senate Cabinet Committee after Eid-ul-Fatr. He was briefing the Senate Standing Committee on Cabinet (Cabinet Secretariat, Inter-Provincial Coordination & Special Initiatives) on implementation status of Aghaz-e-Haqooq-e-Balochistan Package. The Committee met here on Monday at Parliament House under convenership of Senator Dr Khatu Mal Jeewan. The Committee was informed that major check posts like Uthal have been removed in Balochistan. He also informed the Committee that in the next sessions of Senate and National Assembly, a detailed report on package would be laid for discussion in the both the houses. The Committee recommended that Balochistan government should put a condition in the job advertisements and contract letters that the selected candidates will not be transferred to other stations before two years job at the place of domicile. The Committee was of the view that there should be a trickle down effect and benefits of the package should reach grass root level. Senator Mian Raza Rabbani informed the Committee that implementation on the Package was being pursued vigorously. He admitted that work could not be done with a fast pace. However, some achievements have been made. Rabbani said that Rs 1 billion each had been released to the Government of Balochistan on account of flood relief, and for rehabilitation and settlement of IDPs of Dera Bugti. 5,000 jobs for graduates have been created in the province. So far, nearly 6,000 jobs have been identified in the departments and corporations of the Federal Government against the Balochistan quota, he added. The Committee was informed that following the 18th constitutional amendment an implementation commission has been constituted and is monitoring the implementation process. Rabbani told the Committee that Concurrent List had been deleted from 4th Schedule as part of the 18th constitutional amendment. He said that PM directives had been issued to this effect that all Federal Ministries as well as concerned Divisions would consult Govt of Balochistan (GOB) before submission of development schemes to CDWP, ECNEC and NEC.