It is proposed to reduce the number of federal agencies from 441 to 324, implement institutional reforms and formulate a roadmap for expected results. Briefing in the Cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan
The federal government has started considering eliminating 70,000 vacancies through reforms. It has been proposed to reduce the number of federal institutions from 441 to 324. A roadmap will be drawn up for the implementation of institutional reforms and expected results.
The agenda of the meeting was reviewed. The cabinet was briefed on the elimination of 70,000 jobs in ministries and divisions under institutional reforms. It was also proposed to reduce it from 441 to 324. A roadmap will be drawn up for the implementation of institutional reforms and expected results.
The federal cabinet also approved the procedure for purchasing the vaccine.
The cabinet agreed that the cost of vaccines should not be higher than other countries in the region. The cabinet also approved the inclusion of the private sector in the purchase of the corona vaccine. The meeting also discussed pending cases in international courts. Taking note of the pending cases in the international courts, the Prime Minister said that why Pakistan is fighting these cases? Provide details of cases and expenses.
The Cabinet was informed that Rs 130 million has been spent on the cases of Bani Muttahida and Pakistan has spent 300 300 million in the last five to seven years. Federal Ministers Fawad Chaudhry and Shirin Mazari said that Pakistan has spent a huge amount of money on fighting cases at the international level.
On which the Prime Minister Imran Khan said that it should be stated in which period these cases were established and how much money was paid to the lawyers? Similarly, in the meeting, the Prime Minister opposed the mortgage of F-9 Park, saying that Islamabad Club should be kept as mortgage instead of F-9 Park.
Why was the park mortgaged? The Finance Ministry briefed that the Sukuk bonds were issued to rectify the mistakes of the past. It was symbolic and not practical. He replied that he knew what sukuk bonds were. In practice, if there was no mortgage, the Prime Minister’s House would have mortgaged it.