ISLAMABAD: In an effort to restore public confidence in parliament, Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday decided to establish a ‘Government Business Guard Cell,’ reports ARY News.
According to sources, under the watchdog cell, legislative bills relating to public welfare will be given preference in parliament.
The PM’s advisor to Parliamentary Affairs Babar Awan was given the important task of making meaningful legislation in the DPR, the source added.
PM Imran also directed the ministry to take steps on the footing of the war to complete the legislation process on pending bills.
It is important to mention here that Babar Awan, during a recent meeting with Prime Minister Imran, had briefed him on the constitutional aspects of five different regulations.
He has told PM Imran about the division of women in inheritance, maritime affairs, CPEC, Pakistan’s Criminal Law, and NAB regulations. The implementation period for the ordinances will end on April 18, the source added.
Earlier in the day, given the increasing number of new cases of corona virus in the country, Prime Minister Imran Khan had announced to extend the lockdown across the country which was ongoing for two weeks.
Addressing a joint press conference after the National Coordinating Committee (NCC) meeting, PM Imran said that all public places and educational institutions would remain closed during closing. He has urged people to follow the safety instructions issued by the government to protect themselves from Covid-19
He said that the government was trying hard to prevent the spread of the new corona virus. On that occasion, PM Imran has announced to open the construction sector to assist daily workers and workers affected by sustainable locking.
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