ISLAMABAD - The parliamentary commission set up for the creation of new provinces formed consensus on the name, capital and territory of the new province in southern Punjab on Thursday and draft of the bill in this regard would be finalised in today’s meeting of the commission."’Bahawalpur Janoobi Punjab’ will be the name of the new province and it will have two capitals, Multan and Bahawalpur," PML-QSenator and a member of the commission Kamil Ali Agha told TheNation.Agha said that the proposal to include Mianwali and Bhakkar in the new province was accepted in the meeting.On location of the assembly secretariat for the new province, the PML-Q leader said that it was not finalised yet but important offices would be in Multan and Bahawalpur. However, sources disclosed that the assembly secretariat of the new provinces would be in Bahawalpur.Earlier, the commission discussed the boundaries and area of the proposed province during a meeting.Senator Farhatullah Babar chairedthe meeting which was attended by senators and MNAs from south Punjab.The commission members decided with consensus that the new province comprising three divisions, Multan, Bahawalpur and DG Khan, would be called 'Bhawalpur Janoobi Punjab'.Senator Babar told the meeting that eight constitutional amendments would be required to create the new province. He said that the draft of the constitutional amendments was about to be completed. The final draft and commission report will be sent to the National Assembly speaker.Mehmood Hayat Khan alias Tochi Khan, a special invitee to the commission meeting, walkout from the meeting, saying that settlers were not given representation in the commission.When contacted, Tochi Khan said settlers were not given representation in the commission which was discriminatory. "Non-representation of settler could create chaos in future...I will strongly raise this point in my party," he added. The PML-N boycotted the commission's proceedings and declared that it would not accept recommendations of the commission. It accused the PPP of bulldozing parliamentary process required for the creation of new provinces only to gain political advantage in the next elections.