QUETTA     -  Under the auspices of the Ministry of Religious Affairs, the sixteenth meeting of the National Minority Commis­sion of Pakistan for Interfaith Harmony was held at Civil Secretariat Quetta on Monday. Chela Ram Kevlani, Chairman of the National Minority Com­mission of Pakistan chaired the meeting while members of the commission including minority representatives from across the country and offi­cials of Balochistan govern­ment attended the meeting. In the meeting, eleven-point agenda pertaining to minority community issues were dis­cussed in detail. The meeting discussed issues including the repair of temples, churches, shrines of the minority com­munity in Balochistan, inter­faith harmony in all districts of Balochistan, legislation regarding change of religion. Besides, measures for the protection of religious places of the minority community, implementation of five per­cent minority quota in jobs, installation of security camer­as to protect the cemetery of the Bahai community in Kali Ismail and the hall of minor­ity community on Patel Road were also shared. Meeting of the National Minority Com­mission made through delib­eration on the procedure of providing assistance to the entitled persons, the religious status of the minority commu­nity in the syllabus, the mea­sures taken for the religious rituals and festivals of the mi­nority, the establishment of a complaint cell for the minority community in Balochistan Po­lice and data of minority com­munity in Balochistan prisons.