ISLAMABAD - Failing to meet the deadline set for the devolution of three ministries to the provinces the Implementation Commission on 18th Constitutional Amendment has decided to devolve the rest of the ministries in one go to provinces by June 30. Sources in the Implementation Commission informed The Nation that the ministries of women development, environment and sports were to be devolved to the provinces in the first week of May but the same could not be materialised due to the other political happenings in the country. In the light of the shortage of time left with Implementation Commission it was decided to accomplish the task of devolution of ministries to the provinces in one go by end June. The Implementation Commission has now called the relevant officials of ministry of health for consultation on Wednesday (today) so that the issues relating to the ministry of health could be discussed before its devolution to the provinces. Sources in the commission informed that the issues relating to ministries of women development, environment and sports were settled and all these ministries were ready to be devolved to the provinces but as per the decision of the commission now these three ministries would be devolved to the provinces along with rest of the ministries by June 30. Sources in the commission informed that there was lot of pressure from certain quarters to drop out some key organs of some ministries including the ministry of health with the federal government but so far the Chairman of the Implementation Commission Mian Raza Rabbani was resisting the move and was firm on his point that the process of devolution of ministries would be completed in true letter and spirit of the 18th Constitutional Amendment. Sources further informed that in final phase the ministries of health, minorities, production, textile industries, science and technology and housing while some divisions and allied departments of information technology, religious affairs and some other ministries would also go to provinces. It is pertinent to mention here that in first two phases the ministries of population welfare, special initiatives, Zakat and Ushr, youth affairs, local government and rural development, education, tourism, social welfare and special education, culture and livestock were already devolved to the provinces.