- PM Imran Khan directs his ministers to arrange a report on issues associated to state establishments that may be shared with the general public
- Tells his ministers to “show ownership towards the decisions of the government”
- Says those that “oppose government’s decisions may resign from their posts”
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday mentioned that “ministers should show some ownership towards the decisions of the government” and “if they disagree, they may resign from their posts”.
The premier was talking throughout a gathering of the federal cupboard.
In accordance with sources, in the course of the assembly, Adviser on Institutional Reforms and Austerity Ishrat Hussain briefed the members of the assembly in regards to the scenario of state establishments.
PM Imran Khan lamented that even after two years, no reforms could possibly be launched within the state establishments and the system of governance couldn’t be improved both.
Sources added that the prime minister summoned a report on the efficiency of the ministry of regulation for judicial reform.
In the course of the assembly, many cupboard members additionally raised questions on bringing reforms to the system of governance in several establishments and requested in regards to the accountability of these concerned.
In response, the PM mentioned that every one the ministers should enhance their efficiency. He additionally directed his ministers to arrange a quick but complete report on issues associated to state establishments that may be introduced earlier than the general public.
The prime minister directed the Auditor Basic of Pakistan (AGP) to submit a report, including that “the AGP has been accused of a 200 billion-rupee corruption scandal”.
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Per sources, the prime minister directed the finance and income minister Hafeez Sheikh and Science minister Fawad Chaudhry to introduce a brand new digital system within the AGP’s workplace.
PM Imran Khan additionally informed his ministers that “if they go against the policies of the PTI, they are free to resign from their posts,” sources mentioned.
“Ministers should show some ownership towards the decisions of the government,” he mentioned. “If they maintain their [opposing] approach, I will myself decided whether to keep them in the cabinet or not.”
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