Islamabad: Prime Minister Imran Khan convened a federal cabinet meeting on Tuesday to consider more than 22 points on the agenda, including the number of Eid al-Fitr holidays.
The agenda also included careful consideration of a report on the banned organization Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan.
According to sources, the cabinet will hear about the construction of multi-storey buildings on Nowshera railway land and the invasion of Islamabad’s E8 and E9 areas.
The Ministry of Commerce will inform the Cabinet of the registration status of agricultural and non-agricultural projects.
Tomorrow’s cabinet meeting will consider a special allowance equivalent to 15% of the basic salary of military officers and youth.
The hiring approval of five members for the Iqbal Academy Pakistan, fixing an upper limit for the retail price of medicines, and appointing Islamabad Electric Supply Company s CEO is also on the agenda.
Cabinet will review PTI leader and Opposition leader in Sindh Assembly Haleem Adil Sheikh s request to form a joint investigation team (JIT) against him.
The hiring of the Pakistan Railway Freight Transportation Company s CEO and the ratification of the decisions of the Cabinet Committee on Privatisation and the Cabinet Committee on Energy are also on the agenda.