Cabinet meeting underway to discuss 17-point agenda
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan is presiding over a meeting of the federal cabinet to discuss the 17-point agenda on Thursday.
The meeting will approve the appointment of the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTI) chairman. In addition, it will also discuss the removal of the names of 172 people on the list of exit control list.
The cabinet will also approve expenditures to hire a legal expert to contest a case in Britain. It will also review the prices and supply-demand in the cement industry.
The forum will approve to dispose of unusable aircraft of the Ministry of National Food Security Plant Protection. It will also approve the supplementary grant for the Power Division.
The cabinet will also discuss a supplementary grant for financial assistance package for the families of the government employees who died during service.
Moreover, it will approve the release of supplementary grant due to increase in the salary of President Dr Arif Alvi.