PM Imran Khan expresses confidence over KP, Punjab Chief Ministers

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ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday expressed confidence over Chief Ministers of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab and directed the provincial ministers to support their CMs to further the agenda of progress and development.
Inside story of the party meeting held at Bani Gala surfaced on media that says PM has vowed to continue monitoring the performance of ministers. Asad Umer is a good person. Never said ministries are forever for any one, said PM Imran. He praised the efforts of Former Finance Minister, Asad Umer and expressed his desire to see him back in the federal cabinet.
He further expressed that those not caring about public sufferings would not be able to remain in federal cabinet.
The Premier also advised members to represent Party’s stance before public in a good way. He also advised health advisor to work on emergency bases for the betterment of health sector.
He gave Umer Ayub additional charge of Petroleum division.
On the other hand, several party leaders did not attend the meeting which discussed the matters pertaining to current political situation and economy.
The ministers affected by Premier’s decision in recent cabinet reshuffle were absent from the meeting. The absentees include Fawad Chaudhary, Shehriyar Afridi and Ghulam Sarwar.
Former Finance Minister and ex- health Minister also did not attend the meeting that discussed the political situation after their removal.
PM Imran Khan took the senior leader ship of PTI into confidence over the recent change in Federal cabinet.


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