It is expected that the Finance Division will approve the Rs50 coin today. On the occasion of the International Anti-Corruption Day, the Rs50 Commemorative Coin will be issued. In the cabinet’s 20 point agenda meeting, the coin issuance is 15th on the list.
The meeting will be chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan. He will review the performance of the ministers and would support the Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) decisions.
In the agenda, another issue was discussed of giving the Gilgit-Baltistan constitutional province status. Furthermore important points and appointments are expected to be discussed in the meeting.
Also, the provision of gas to the industries was also part of the 20-point agenda. Along with the Protector of emigrants appointment in the Bureau of Emigration & Overseas Employment, Port Qasim Authority chairman and Law and Justice Commission members appointment, approval of the agreement between anti-narcotics forces of Pakistan and Canada and signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between Pakistan and Zimbabwe foreign offices.
Earlier Governor State Bank of Pakistan (SBP), Tariq Bajwa and German Ambassador to Pakistan Martin Kobler launched a Rs50 commemorative coin at the headquarters of SBP in order to pay tribute to German DoctorDr. Ruth Katherina Pfau who devoted her life to serve Pakistan.