ISLAMABAD – A meeting of the federal cabinet is underway in Islamabad with Prime Minister Imran Khan in the chair to discuss the seven-point agenda regarding the future strategy of the newly elected government in different spheres of life.
The 7-point agenda of the cabinet meeting include:
1. Abolition of discretionary funds
2. Instructions on visits abroad
3. Presentation on load shedding
4. Special audit of mass transport system in the country
5. Massive tree plantation in the country
6. Shift to six working days in a week for government offices
7. The launch of a major cleanliness drive in the country
Before the cabinet meeting, the Prime Minister Imran Khan visited Foreign Office where he was briefed about the performance of Foreign Office and Pakistani diplomats abroad.
Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua briefed the participants on Pakistan’s stance on regional and foreign issues.
Khan said that interest of Pakistan will be put at the top while drafting the foreign policy, adding that no compromise will be made on national interests, local media reported.
He directed the Pakistani embassies in foreign countries to improve their performance, besides directing them to promote the positive image of the country.