Imam Fakhar took oath as federal minister, Babar Awan was told as an advisor Pakistan | Instant News



ISLAMABAD: PTI lawmaker Syed Fakhar Imam was appointed federal minister today.

President Dr Arif Alvi gave him an oath at a ceremony held in the courtyard of the Presidential Building.

On Monday, Prime Minister Imran Khan replaced Makhdoom Khusro Bakhtiar with Syed Fakhar Imam as Federal Minister for National Food Security after the first was mentioned in the investigation. report on the increase in sugar prices.

In another change made by PM Imran, Syed Aminul Haq from MQM-P was appointed as minister for IT and telecommunications. However, due to the unavailability of flights, Haq was unable to take an oath today.

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Speaking with Geo News, Haq said: “I have told the authorities about this situation. Looking forward to working with the government is getting better.”

Meanwhile, Babar Awan has been appointed as Prime Minister’s Advisor for Parliamentary Affairs. The notice in this matter was issued today after President Alvi agreed to the summary.

The prime minister shuffled the portfolios of several key ministers on Monday and removed Shahzad Arbab as Counselor of Establishment following a damning investigation report on the country’s sugar and wheat crisis.



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