Ministry to get Rs410m to maintain order during PTI long march

Federal Cabinet gives approval: Sanaullah says ACE obtained arrest warrants for him after presenting false record: Members briefed about ongoing investigation regarding loss of cipher and purported audio tapes leaks

By: News Desk
Published: 03:03 PM, 11 Oct, 2022
Ministry to get Rs410m to maintain order during PTI long march
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The federal cabinet has approved a grant amounting to Rs410 million for the Ministry of Interior (MOI) in order to enable it to maintain law and order situation during the possible holding of long march by the PTI, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

The cabinet met in Islamabad on Tuesday under the chair of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif. 

Sources said that the cabinet approved the summary forwarded by the Interior Ministry seeking a grant of Rs410 million. The ministry said that it needed funds to maintain law and order during PTI’s expected long march and sit-in. 

Sources further said that the federal cabinet decried the issuance of Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah’s arrest warrants. 

The interior minister lamented that the Punjab Anti-Corruption Establishment obtained warrants against him after presenting false record in the court. 

Sources revealed that the members of cabinet were briefed about the ongoing investigation regarding loss of cipher and the purported audio tapes leaks.

The cabinet also discussed overall economic and political situation of the country.

Two CDA members removed 

The Interior Ministry has removed two members of the Capital Development Authority Board.

The ministry issued the notification regarding their removal after the approval from the federal cabinet. 

Member Financial Advisor CDA Board Shakeel Asghar has been removed from his post. He was directed to report at Auditor General of Pakistan Office. 

Mr Asghar is a BS 20 officer of the Pakistan Audit and Accounts Service. 

Member Stats CDA Board Naveed Elahi has also been removed from his services. He was directed to report to the Federal Board of Revenue. 

Mr Elahi is BS 20 officer of the Pakistan Customs Service. 

Reporter Waqas Azeem

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