PM Imran Khan to Hold the Federal Cabinet Meeting Today

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Prime Minister Imran Khan to Hold the Federal Cabinet Meeting Today in Islamabad

Prime Minister Imran Khan will be directing a federal cabinet meeting today, in the capital city of Islamabad, Pakistan.

According to the reports given by sources, a 13-point agenda is set to be discussed in the meeting today by the prime minister.


One of the many points that will be put forward with this agenda is Pakistan’s collaboration with the United Kingdom to trace corruption and to re-start the bilateral transfer of prisoners that cause them. Other important matters such as the UK-Pakistan Justice and Accountability Partnership will also be discussed in the meeting, during the evening.

Prime minister Imran Khan is also expected to be briefed today on the recent visit of British Home Secretary Sajid Javid to Pakistan.

Additionally, sources have also added that matters that pertain to the Economic Coordination Committee (ECC), Council of Common Interests (CCI) and other committees of the Cabinet will be given formal consent to and reviewed properly.

Apart from that, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government’s 100-agenda will also be looked at in detail. The prime minister’s recent visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is also most likely to get discussed in today’s session, as well as the recent visit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Furthermore, the prime minister is also expected to approve the appointment of the director general of the finance ministry’s Financial Monitoring Unit and the managing director of Private Power and Infrastructure Board (PPIB).

Another approval, such as the approval of a new member’s appointment to the Commission of Inquiry on Enforced Disappearances is also most likely to take place.

Sources have also reported that members of the federal cabinet are to present their opinions to banning the Al-Rehman Welfare Trust Organisation.

Lastly, the sources confirmed that the interior ministry will present an official summary to form a task force which will assure the equal implementation of laws and regulations.

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