Federal Cabinet to Approve Rs. 50 Coin Today

The Finance Division is expected to approve the issuance of a Rs. 50 Commemorative Coin on the occasion of International Anti-Corruption Day.

Among the 20 point agenda of the cabinet meeting today, issuance of the coin was 15th on the list.

Prime Minister Imran Khan will chair the meeting which will review the performance of ministers and would also endorse the decisions of the Economic Coordination Committee (ECC).

The issue of giving Gilgit-Baltistan the status of a constitutional province is one of the key points included in the agenda. During the meeting, important agreements and appointments are expected.

The 20-point agenda also includes the provision of gas to the industries, the appointment of Protector of emigrants in the Bureau of Emigration & Overseas Employment, appointment of Port Qasim Authority chairman and Law and Justice Commission members.

The cabinet is also expected to approve an agreement between anti-narcotics forces of Pakistan and Canada and signing of MoU between the foreign offices of Pakistan and Zimbabwe.

  • Strange. On Anti Corruption Day they are approving a coin bearing name of one of the most corrupt people during the British Raj. A man who got his fellow to gallows and lead a luxury life.
    Shame. Real Shame

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