Federal Cabinet approves Pakistan Security and Exchange Policy Board. Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the federal government will ensure implementation of the orders of the Supreme Court regarding coronavirus.
A meeting of the Federal Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad discussed the overall political and economic situation in the country, including the Coronavirus and other issues.
According to sources, the issue of outsourcing the country’s major airports was discussed in detail in the cabinet meeting, and in this regard, the Prime Minister has also set up a high-level committee that will make recommendations on outsourcing airport services.
According to sources, the meeting reviewed the order of the Supreme Court regarding Coronavirus and Advisor to Parliamentary Affairs Babar Awan briefed the Prime Minister on the orders of the Supreme Court.
The Prime Minister said that the government would ensure full implementation of the orders of the Supreme Court. Sources said that the cabinet has also approved the installation of telemeters for equitable distribution of water in the provinces.
In a media briefing after the cabinet meeting, Information Minister Shibli Faraz said that the issue of outsourcing of major airports was also considered in the meeting. A date of June 30 has been fixed for the legal framework on airports.
Shibli Faraz said that a committee headed by Aviation Minister Ghulam Sarwar has been formed to bring this process on the fast track, which also includes Zulfi Bukhari and Razzaq Dawood. He said that the meeting approved Pakistan Security and Exchange Policy Board and former chairman Khalid Mirza has been made a member of the board.
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