PM Imran directs ministers to achieve targets in next three months
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed ministries to ensure achievement of the targets set during the last hundred days, ARY News reported on Monday.
This he stated while chairing a meeting of the federal cabinet, which lasted for the record time of nine hours while reviewing performance of the ministers.
PM while praising the ministers, whose performance remained distinguished during last 3 months, said the foundation of “Naya Pakistan” has been laid.
“Those who performed well are safe and will not be removed from their ministries,” prime minister maintained while rejecting rumours of reshuffling in the cabinet.
During the today’s meeting, performance of twenty-six ministries including home, foreign affairs, defence, information, railways, finance, planning and development and communication was reviewed, while performance of the remaining ministries will be reviewed at a later date.
“Discussions on actions already taken in terms of service delivery, austerity measures adopted and future plans was held in each case with a view how to improve performance under each of these heads further,” said a statement issued from the PM’s office.
The meeting decided to review performance of all ministries and divisions every three months.
“It was decided that each ministry would be further tasked with a specific strategic plan for implementation, spread over five years so that all concerned work in tandem for optimum output.”
During the meeting performance of Railways Minister, Sheikh Rasheed, Shah Mehmood Qureshi and Faisal Vawda was appreciated.