The Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf government announced cabinet of provincial assemblies including a 15-member KP cabinet and a 23 member Punjab cabinet on Sunday.
According to sources, Muhammad Atif Khan has been named as senior minister for tourism in KPK.
Taimur Saleem Jhagra will be Finance Minister, while Shahram Tarakai will be local government minister.
Syed Muhammad Ishtiaq will be forest minister, Haji Qalandar Khan as minister for food, Shakeel Ahmed Khan as revenue minister, Muhibullah Khan as agriculture minister, Dr Amjad Ali as minister for mineral development, Zia Ullah Khan Bangash as advisor to Chief Minister, Sultan Muhammad Khan as law minister, Dr Hasham Inamullah Khan as health minister, Abdul Kareem as advisor to CM for industry, Shah Muhammad Khan as special assistant to CM on transport and Kamran Khan Bangash as minister for information technology.
Ziaullah Khan Bangash will be Adviser to Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Earlier, a 23-member Punjab cabinet was announced after a consultation meeting under Prime Minister Imran Khan was held at Bani Gala.
Fayyaz ul Hassan Chohan has been assigned the ministry of information and culture. Mian Mehmood ur Rashid has been given the portfolio of housing and development. Aleem Khan has been given the charge of local governments, while Dr Yasmeen Rashid has been appointed as minister for primary and secondary healthcare and medication.
Makhdoom Hashim Bakht has been named as finance minister, Raja Rashid Hafeez as revenue minister and Ansar Majeed Niazi as labour and manpower minister.
The other ministers and their portfolios for Punjab are as follows: Samiullah Chaudhary as food minister; Hafiz Mumtaz as excise, taxation and narcotics minister; Yasir Humayun Sarfraz as higher education and tourism minister; Mian Aslam Iqbal as industries, commerce and investment minister; Taimoor Khan as youth affairs and sports; Raja Basharat as law and parliamentary affairs; Mohsin Leghari as education; Murad Ras as school education and Muhammad Akram Chaudhary appointed as advisor political affairs.
Portfolios of these Punjab ministers will be announced later: Muhammad Sabtain Khan, Asif Nikai, Ammar Yasir, Malik Nouman Langria, Hussain Dareshak, Chaudhry Zaheeruddin, Malik Muhammed Anwer and Hashim Dogar.
The new cabinet is expected to take oath on September 4, however, the final date has not yet been announced.