Fawad Chaudhry refutes reports about reshuffle in federal cabinet

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ISLAMABAD: Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry on Monday denied reports regarding a major reshuffle in the federal cabinet and bureaucracy.
The information minister tweeted, “There is no truth in reports regarding changes in posts of federal ministers. It is the prime minister’s discretionary right to change ministers and the media should play a responsible role on this subject.”
“Pakistan is going through an important phase and such speculations create confusion which is not beneficial for the country,” he added.
Speaking to the media, Chaudhry said, “No minister is being replaced. Prime Minister Imran Khan has sent a message that no minister is being replaced.”
“The reports on performance of ministers have been forwarded to the PM House,” he stated and added that “ministers are on their posts because the prime minister is satisfied with them.”
“The finance minister is returning after holding discussions with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Asad Umar will brief on talks with IMF once he returns,” he added. “In the next two days, big news is expected pertaining to the economy.”
Chaudhry further said, “Pakistan is headed towards being a solid economy. Solid development is also emerging on the FATF matter.”


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