PM Imran Khan chairs federal cabinet meeting
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan is currently chairing a meeting of the federal cabinet in Islamabad, to discuss nine-point agenda, reported ARY News on Tuesday.
The cabinet offered fateha for ten martyred soldiers of Pakistan army in Balochistan, Waziristan and those who were martyred in the incident of crashed training aircraft.
According to details, the meeting would discuss a nine-point agenda, including matters related to the establishment of a commission for the children’s rights, amending the rules of business act 1973 and a summary for appointment of MD PASCO.
The meeting would also discuss amendment in rules of business related to federal secretariat and appointment of the chairperson of national commission for human rights.
Earlier on July 26, the federal cabinet had allowed Pakistanis holding dual nationality to take part in elections.
The cabinet, which met in Islamabad with Prime Minister Imran Khan in the chair, had also formed a committee to initiate the process of required legal amendments to this effect.
The meeting had decided that providing overseas Pakistanis an opportunity to participate in the political process was in the interest of the country.