CCI assembly to be held on Dec 11 cancelled

ISLAMABAD: The Council of Widespread Curiosity (CCI) assembly scheduled for December 11, was on Saturday cancelled owing to extra agenda shared from the Sindh province, ARY NEWS reported.     

The CCI assembly was to be held on 11 December with Prime Minister Imran Khan within the chair, with provincial chief ministers and others additionally within the attendance.

Nevertheless, sources aware about the event mentioned that the Sindh province requested the prime minister to incorporate extra objects within the assembly’s agenda.

“The assembly earlier needed to mull over 10-point agenda,” they mentioned.

The sources mentioned that the surplus agenda would require extra time to organize for it, subsequently the scheduled assembly of the CCI was cancelled. “New dates for the rescheduled assembly may even be introduced later,” they mentioned.

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On November 28, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah reviewed preparations for an upcoming assembly of the Council of Widespread Pursuits (CCI) slated to happen on December 11.

The chief minister reviewed the agenda and directed the inter-provincial coordination (IPC) division to make essential preparations by arranging all of the related summaries in order that he may current the provincial authorities’s perspective on all of the necessary points, together with 1991 water accord, power coverage, return of withholding tax the FBR deducted straight from provincial excise division account and different such issues.

The IRSA has issued an NOC for set up of 25 megawatt Hydropower venture  on Chashma-Jhelum Hyperlink Canal in October 2019, he mentioned., including the provincial authorities is of the view that the IRSA was not a reliable discussion board to problem such an NOC, subsequently the matter needs to be taken up in CCI.

The chief minister directed the Irrigation division to organize a case and current it inside per week.

The Sindh authorities has been protesting the IRSA transfer, terming it unconstitutional and past the authority’s mandate. 

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