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Justice Tahira Safdar appointed as President of the Special Court

Lahore : The Federal Cabinet which met
here Thursday with Prime Minister Imran Khan in chair was informed that the PM Office had taken lead in cutting down its expenditure by 31% during the current financial year resulting in savings of Rs 303
million.

It was decided that in future a panel of suitable officers for posting against the slot of Secretary of a Ministry would be proposed by a high-level committee, to be headed by the Advisor to Prime
Minister on Establishment and having Minister for Education Shafqat Mehmood, the concerned Minister-in-Charge, Secretary Establishment and Secretary to PM as its members.

The Cabinet ratified the decision taken by the Cabinet
Committee on State Owned Enterprises (CCoSOEs) in its meeting held on 02-01-2019.

The Cabinet granted ex-post-facto approval for appointments of Administrator and Deputy Administrators made in Abandoned Properties
Organization.

The Cabinet approved appointment of Azhar Hameed as Chairman, Employees Old Age Benefit Institution (EOBI).The Cabinet approved MoU between Yunnan Minzu University (YMU),China and National University of Modern Languages (NUML).

The Cabinet approved a proposal to appoint M/S Horwath Hussain Chaudhry & Co to audit the accounts of NADRA for the Financial Year
2017-18.

The Cabinet ratified Visa Abolition Agreement between Pakistan and the Republic of Cyprus for Diplomatic and Official/Service Passport Holders.

The Cabinet approved appointment of Raja Amer Khan as Chairman, Implementation Tribunal for Newspaper Employees (ITNE).

The Cabinet approved appointment of Justice Shahid Karim as Judge of the Special Court and Justice Tahira Safdar as President of the Special Court, constituted under Criminal Law Amendment (Special Court) Act, 1976 (Act XVII of 1976).   

The Prime Minister during the meeting directed that a nation-wide campaign be formulated to launch crackdown against the sale of adulterated milk.

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