PM Khan on Wednesday asked the public to ensure that the preventive measures are followed on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr.
While talking to his adviser on the Parliamentary Affairs, Babar Awan who called on the PM at his office, said that the government is working on a future strategy in light of the current coronavirus crisis in order to be able to face any situation and in turn offer relief to the public.
PM Khan lauded the positive response of the international community and investors to the Sukuk bonds, which he said have shown their trust in the government. He also said that the incumbent government is all bent on strengthening and operationalizing the national institutions, for which the Parliamentary Affairs Ministry has a major role to play.
Babar Awan laid out a plan for the training of the young parliamentarians to the Prime Minister and said that it is aimed at making use of their capabilities for the purposes of legislation so that they could play an effective role in the activities pertaining to lawmaking.
Previously on the 19th of May, the adviser had said that the government has taken the decision of marathon session of the National Assembly. He mentioned in a statement that the NA session would be convened at 4 p.m. on the 5th of June and will continue until the 13th of August. He indicated that it would be the longest session ever in the history of Pakistan.
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