Federal cabinet approves 10-point agenda
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – The federal cabinet has approved 10-point agenda including the decisions of privatisation committee on Tuesday.
Meeting of the federal cabinet meeting was held under the chair of Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan. The meeting discussed matters relating to development projects and reviewed the political and economic situation of the country.
The cabinet meeting has given approval of 10-point agenda including the decisions of privatisation committee and establishment of special courts for minor children.
The cabinet members held consultations over the legislation of Army Act amendment, CEC and ECP members’ appointments, sources said.
A briefing was given to the federal cabinet over appointments of members of the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) and the chief election commissioner (CEC).
The decisions taken by the Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) on November 27-28 were also reviewed in the meeting.
The sources said the decisions taken by the cabinet’s committee on privatisation got approval, whereas, the government has also greenlighted establishment of special courts for minor children in the federal capital Islamabad.
It is decided for making appointments of WAPDA members for power and water.
Meanwhile, the cabinet decided to appoint the chairman of Pakistan Academy of Letters, the largest public-sector entity for the promotion of literature of Pakistan languages and welfare of writers. The cabinet was also given a briefing over the performance of utility stores.
PM shows satisfaction on economic team’s performance
According to the sources, PM Khan expressed satisfaction over the economic team’s performance, during a federal cabinet meeting. He was briefed on the improving economic situation.
“The economic team has turned around the economic condition of Pakistan. I am very satisfied with their performance,” the sources said quoting the premier.
The prime minister also maintained that people would hear good news on the economic front very soon. He urged members of the federal cabinet to highlight the positive points of the Moody’s report so the general public would know about it.