PM Imran calls federal cabinet meeting tomorrow
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has summoned the federal cabinet meeting tomorrow (Tuesday) with several matters on the agenda including shifting of accountability court Rawalpindi to Islamabad, ARY News reported.
According to sources, PM Khan will be briefed of over plan for reforms in the revenue division of Federal Board of Revenue (FBR).
Members of the cabinet will review the progress of PM’s National Agriculture Emergency Programme.
The session will also consider formation of a task force on Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB), appointments of heads of public sector enterprises and director general of Debt Policy Coordination Office.
Extension of licenses of different airlines and private charters are likely to be approved in the upcoming cabinet session.
The cabinet will approve the dissolution of budget allocation for entertainment and gifts, sources said.
Sources further informed that communication strategy will be finalized for ‘Clean and Green Pakistan’ drive initiated by the federal government to tackle challenges of increasing pollution and global warming.
A commission set up for reviewing master plan devised for Islamabad is likely to be reshuffled by the federal cabinet besides approving the formation of new National Information Technology Board (NITB) and youth development agreement between ministries of inter-provincial coordination and communication.