The Council of Common Interests (CCI) has approved an alternative and Renewable energy policy 2019. Prime Minister Imran Khan chaired the 42nd meeting of the Council of Common Interests (CCI) in which an eight-point agenda was considered. The meeting was attended by Chief Ministers, Federal Ministers, Attorney General, and concerned officials of all the four provinces.
The Council of Common Interests has given a go ahead to an alternative energy policy. The meeting participants were briefed on the issue of amendment in OGRA Ordinance 2002. The annual review report of the Council of Common Interests for the year 2017-18 was also presented during the meeting.
Suggestions were also made in the light of the decisions from the last meeting of the Council on the issue of water between the provinces was discussed. The implementation of HEC, public welfare, and health decisions after the 18th Amendment were also reviewed. Taxes, LNG import issues also came to the debate. A report on the implementation of the decisions from the previous meeting was also presented before the meeting of the Council of Common Interests.
Participants were briefed on the steps taken by the provinces regarding COVID 19 and its current situation. On the occasion, Prime Minister Imran Khan lauded the initiatives taken by the provincial governments on Smart Lockdown. He said that the federal government would fulfill the promises made to the provinces. Continue to implement Coronavirus related SOPs.