ISLAMABAD - Advisor to Prime Minister and Chairman Implementation Commission on 18th Amendment Senator Mian Raza Rabbani said that the interim order of Supreme Court of Pakistan in connection with extension in service tenure of ad hoc judges was correct. Talking to media persons after chairing the meeting of the Implementation Commission here at Parliament House on Wednesday Senator Raza Rabbani said that Parliament could have invoked Article 267-A of the Constitution to extend the service tenure of the ad hoc judges but it did not exercise its constitutional right and left the matter to apex court. Further explaining his point he said that the apex court had handed down verdict regarding the ad hoc judges to remove anomaly and the same would be valid till the courts decision in 18th Amendment case. The meeting was attended by Afrasyab Khattak, Rehmatullah Kakar, Ishaq Dar, Naveed Qamar, Farooq Sattar and others. About the Implementation Commission Mian Raza Rabbani said that they had constituted a finance committee to deal with the matters to be transferred to the provinces and it would meet on Friday to deal with it and to draw and plan how to go about handing over of ministries to the provinces along with assets and liabilities. He, however, declined to comment on the 18th Amendment case and said that as the matter was in the apex court so he would prefer not to comment on it. To another question about Concurrent List he said that it would be abolished by 2011 and the powers would be transferred to provinces.