PM Imran Khan to discuss 17-point agenda in federal cabinet meeting

Roman AhmedWeb Editor

17th Aug, 2021. 01:11 am
Imran Khan

Prime Minister Imran Khan has called for the federal cabinet meeting on Tuesday to discuss a 17-point agenda.

The federal cabinet meeting will be held at PM House at 12:00 to review the country’s political and economic situation.

In the meeting, it will be discussed to the federal cabinet regarding the Afghanistan situation besides explaining the conclusions taken by the National Security Committee (NSC).

The interior secretary will brief the federal cabinet members regarding the security protocol of prominent personalities.

The COVID-19 inoculation procedure of the government workforce will also be a part of the agenda. A session will be specified on the lease policy of the Pakistan Post.

The other matters comprise of the selection of Intellectual Property Organisation’s director-general (DG), matters related to 104-acre land of the housing ministry, regulations for the appointments of Pakistan Housing Authority officers, reconstitution of concerned commission for changing the Islamabad master plan, matters related to increasing the number of union councils (UCs) in Islamabad, the appointment of a technical member in competition appellate tribunal of Islamabad, the appointment of managing director (MD) of Korangi Fish Harbor Authority, approval of additional charge to the chairman of Karachi Port Trust (KPT), the appointment of the board of director of National Disaster Management Fund, approval of Pakistan National Quality Policy 2021 and approval of decisions taken by the Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) and the privatization committee.

 

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