QUETTA - Only 10 lawmakers attended the Balochistan Assembly session Monday, exposing the public representatives interest in solving problems confronting the masses. The session started under the chairmanship of Deputy Speaker Syed Matiullah Agha. Minerals Minister Abdul Rehman drew the attention of the chair towards lack of quorum. He resented the lack of quorum, saying the public representatives were not taking interest in the session. Todays session was very important but the members did not give importance to it, he added. The chair adjourned the session for five minutes for the completion of quorum, but to no avail. The deputy speaker adjourned the session for indefinite period as it was the last day of the current session of the provincial assembly. A resolution on the transfer of powers to the provinces after the devolution under the 18th Amendment, a bill on ban on doctors strike and other staff in government hospitals and report of a parliamentary committee on cattle trafficking to neighbouring countries and inflation could not be moved in the house because of lack of quorum. The standing committees of Balochistan Assembly have not been formed despite the lapse three years while the house is also without any opposition leader.