Islamabad: Federal government on Tuesday decided to maintain ban on Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP).
The decision was made at a federal cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan.
The Federal Cabinet also approved a 15% special allowance for the Pakistan Armed Forces.
At the request of Haleem Adil Sheikh, the leader of the PTI and the opposition leader of the Sindh Provincial Assembly, the meeting approved the establishment of a joint investigation team (JIT) to investigate the case brought by the provincial government.
In addition, a report on the security of key figures and the protocol used by them was presented to the Cabinet. The prime minister directed to present a comprehensive plan for rationalizing the security and protocol at the next Cabinet meeting.
The cabinet was briefed on the construction of a multi-storey building on railway land in Nowshera.
The Cabinet directed that better management of Nowshera railway lands should be ensured through National Asset Management Company. The Cabinet was also briefed regarding removal of encroachments in Sector E-8 and E-9 of Islamabad.
PM Imran Khan instructed the chairman of the CDA to ensure uniform application of the law and should not make concessions on the issue of green space encroachment.