PM establishes objectives for ministries, delineating 100-day, 90-day, and five-year strategies

PM announces monthly and quarterly performance assessments to be carried out

During a federal cabinet meeting on Saturday, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif outlined ambitious objectives for all ministries, spanning 100 days, 90 days, and five years.

He stressed the importance of proactive governance and announced plans for monthly and quarterly performance evaluations to ensure accountability and monitor progress effectively.

PM Sharif reiterated his commitment to closely monitoring ministry performances and expressed his intention to personally engage with ministries for progress reviews, stating, “I will personally sit with the ministries to assess their performance.”

Furthermore, he highlighted the need for another program with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Additionally, following the tragic Bisham attack that claimed the lives of five Chinese nationals and a local, PM Sharif assured the Chinese embassy of severe punishment for the perpetrators, underscoring the government’s resolve to address security threats and maintain diplomatic relations.

Prime Minister Sharif also affirmed Pakistan’s unwavering stance against terrorism, declaring that the country will not rest until terrorism is eradicated.

The federal cabinet approved the formation of an inquiry commission to investigate a letter from six judges of the Islamabad High Court, with a retired chief justice of the Supreme Court slated to lead the commission.

Sources within the federal cabinet indicated a consensus to appoint former chief justice Tasadduq Hussain Jilani as the commission’s head.