Prime Minister Imran Khan will be chairing a meeting of the federal cabinet in Islamabad today.
According to the details, the meeting will review the country’s economic, political situation. Besides, it will be discussing the latest developments on the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The cabinet will discuss a 14-point agenda during the meeting. As per sources, the law minister will give a briefing on the issue of the inclusion of MPs as members of the board of directors of national institutions.
In addition to this, the Minister for Economic Affairs will take the Cabinet into confidence on the issue of debt relief from the G20 countries. The cabinet will also be briefed on the vacant vacancies of heads of national institutions.
Sources further said that ratification of the decisions taken by the Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) of the Cabinet in its last meeting is also part of the agenda.
Separately, PM Imran Khan will address a National Coordination Committee (NCC) meeting to take important decisions regarding increasing Coronavirus cases across the country.
According to sources, the PM will review the current COVID-19 situation and take decisions on smart lockdowns and other measures to curb the infection.
NCOC officials and the Ministry of Health and Education will attend the meeting. They will discuss the growing trend of COVID-19 infections across the country.
The premier will be briefed on the measures taken to contain the spread of coronavirus and will give the final approval on the closure of educational institutions.
Important decisions are expected to be taken in the NCC meeting which can include more smart lockdowns in different parts of the country, sources revealed.
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