PM Imran decides to make ministries’ progress reports on 100-day agenda public
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday decided to bring in the public eye, the progress of all ministries on the government’s 100-day agenda, ARY News reported.
According to details, the PM has decided to review the performance of all ministries while directing them to submit an evaluation report in this regard.
Sources say, the announcement from the premier has paced up the momentum of all ministries and the ministers are in rush for to wrap up the execution of their plans.
As per the directives, the ministers will have to notify, in their reports, regarding the gains they provided to the national exchequer following the PM’s austerity drive. In addition to this, the report will also include the initiatives introduced to relief public and the degree of commitment to the government’s manifesto.
The said report will also have to mention the measures launched by ministers to curb corruption in their respective departments.
The ministers with promising reports will receive recognition on governmental as well as mass level by the prime minister.
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)-led government launched a website in October for public to know progress about the PTI’s 100 Day Agenda.
Adviser to the Prime Minister on Establishment Mohammad Shehzad Arbab had said that the website – pm100days.pmo.gov.pk – has been created for the public and media to track progress on the 100 Days Agenda.
“We want to be transparent. We are accountable to the public, so we have launched a website to help people keep track of our performance,” Arbab had said.
On May 20 this year, Chairman PTI Imran had unveiled a 100-day plan implement in the first 100 days of government, if elected to power after the July 25 general elections.
He had promised that his party would utilize valuable experience they have learnt by governing Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province to lead the country if they form the government after the elections.
All policies under this 100 days agenda will look into how to make education, employment and other basic rights accessible to the common man, Khan had promised.