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The internal story of the Federal Cabinet meeting chaired by the Prime Minister came to light


A meeting of the Federal Cabinet was held in Islamabad under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Imran Khan

The internal story of the meeting of the Federal Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan came to light in Islamabad.

Sources said that government members had to speak again on the gas crisis in the meeting of the federal cabinet chaired by Imran Khan.

According to sources, the cabinet members in the meeting said that gas load shedding was taking place and media and people were asking us questions.

Sources said that the cabinet members complained that the urea plants along with Karachi were also not getting gas while Abdul Razzaq Dawood raised questions on the violation of the agreement with the export industry.

According to sources, Abdul Razzaq Dawood, a trade adviser, said that if there was no supply of gas to the export industry, then exports would be affected.

In addition, Hamad Azhar said that the industry claims that 35% are closed while 95% of the industry is running according to the government survey.

According to sources, Hamad Azhar said that gas supply to captive plants of export industry and supply to processing units is continuing.

On the other hand, sources said that the Prime Minister has formed a three-member committee directing the export and general industry to review the supply of gas.

According to sources, the committee includes Finance Advisor Shaukat Tareen, Energy Minister Hamad Azhar and Abdul Razzaq Dawood.

Besides, in the meeting, Prime Minister Imran Khan praised only Pervez Khattak on KP election while Shibli Faraz was given the task of meeting the Election Commissioner.




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