Prime Minister—Imran Khan said that the ex-finance minister—Asad Umar would be re-joining the federal cabinet. The PM shared this bit of information on Friday.
During a meeting with the senior journalists, the PM said that the finance minister would be a part of the federal cabinet again, a month following Asad Umar turned down the offer of the premier to lead the energy ministry and resigned from the federal cabinet.
The PM said that the changing of ministers is just for changing the batting order. He added that the government would be making use of all suitable individuals for the betterment of the country.
Imran Khan said that in the absence of experts, technocrats are being assigned the duties. He added that he wants to show the performance of his government.
The PM also criticised the opposition parties by saying that they are trying to get away with corrupt activities while making use of democracy as an excuse.
Imran Khan said that he does not care regarding his prime ministership but would not be signing another nation reconciliation ordinance (NRO).
He also informed that the government is bringing forward 7 bills for the welfare of the public. He said that if the opposition stands with the government for passing these bills then it would be a good thing.