LAHORE - Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Wednesday directed the authorities concerned to finalise the Punjab Quran Boards rules within a day or two. The disposal of old- and -tornout pages of Holy Quran is an important issue. Dialogues should be held with factories already engaged in recycling in this regard, the Chief Minister said while presiding over a PQB meeting. The CM said: This is a short-term measure and in the second phase, the government should consider installation of its own recycling plant. He also directed to constitute a delegation headed by Minister Auqaf and comprising of Ulema belonging to all schools of thought which will visit Iran, Saudi Arabia and Egypt and after its visit, will submit recommendations with regard to printing and publication of Holy Quran and disposal of old and torn out Holy pages and comprehensive strategy would be evolved in the light of these recommendations. The CM said that nothing could be more important and good work than printing and publication of Holy Quran and all resources of the government were available for this purpose. He directed Secretary Communication & Works to take immediate steps for completing the building of Punjab Quran Board which is in the final stages of completion and give a briefing in this regard within next few days. The meeting was attended by Punjab Minister for Auqaf Ehsaan-ud-Din Qureshi, Chairman Punjab Quran Board Allama Ahmad Ali Kasuri, Chairman Muttehida Ulema Board Pir Amin-ul-Hasnaat and members Mufti Raghib Naeemi, Maulana Nazim-ud-Din and Abdul Ghafoor Raashid.