The meeting is also being attended by the allies of the ruling party.
In a surprising statement, Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari claimed that they will not allow the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government to pass the 'anti-public budget' at any cost.
The finance adviser said, “We had spent hundreds of hours for holding consultations for making budgetary decisions and it was made in accordance with recommendations by all sectors.”
The premier said, "No one will be able to continue corruption in the country in future. The country is now stabilised and I will go after them now."
The finance adviser, while presenting Economic Survey Report in a press conference, suggested to control imports first in order to make improvements in the national economy.
PM Khan was briefed on budgetary proposals for upcoming fiscal year
"Those willing to voluntarily declare assets must do so before June 30. The Federal Budget for the fiscal year 2019-20 will be announced on June 11."
PM Khan said that the top brass of Pakistan military decided a make a 'voluntary initiative' for not receiving any rise under defence budget.