PM Imran Khan holds Punjab cabinet meeting in Lahore
ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Imran Khan has met with the members of the Punjab Cabinet in Lahore on Saturday.
During the meeting, the cabinet members briefed the Prime Minister about important matters concerning their departments.
The Cabinet Members also briefed Imran Khan about the ongoing projects under Punjab Public-Private Partnership.
Speaking on the occasion, Prime Minister Imran Khan directed the members of Provincial cabinet for strict monitoring of Ramazan Bazaars.
He asked the Punjab Assembly members and provincial ministers to regularly visit Ramazan Bazaars ,which have been set up in their respective areas.
The Prime Minister also directed the cabinet members to ensure provision of essential commodities at fixed rates during the month of Ramazan.
He also directed the concerned authorities to take immediate action against profiteers and hoarders.
Prime Minister Imran Khan said that special attention should be paid to include private sector in the development projects.
He directed for implementation of different models of public-private partnership to reduce financial burden on the government.
He said that more employment opportunities should be created for the skilled labour force in the development projects.
The Prime Minister said specific projects should be initiated for promotion of agriculture sector and increase in per acre yield.
He said government is providing a subsidy of twelve billion rupees on Metro Bus which could had been allocated for health and education.
He said all out facilities should be provided to the investors through one-window operation.