Federal Cabinet Approved Launching of New Airline Services in Pakistan

New airline services in Pakistan were approved by the Federal cabinet.

Following the adoption of several decisions, including the start of a new airline, Prime Minister Imran Khan held the Federal Cabinet Meeting.

In addition to evaluating national and global trends, the federal cabinet was invited to address the 16-point agenda. There has also been a discussion of the latest confrontation between the US and Iran.

Sources reported that the representatives of the firm were in favor of a new AirSial airline being launched and approved by Pak-Saudi Air Services

PM Imran Khan was briefed about the administrative problems of several ministries and their sub-departments. The ECC and Cabinet Law Committee recommendations have been accepted. The recommendations are approved. Approved the recommendations.

The cabinet postponed the appointment of the Chief Executive Officers for Pakistan State Oil (PSO), but approval was given for appointments on the positions, including Chief General of the PMSE, Heavy Industries Taxila’s Production Controller and Karachi Ombudsman’s Office.

A report on the distribution of the formerly Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and Gilgit-Baltistan share of 4% was also discussed in front of the leaders.

The concerns of its coalition partners have been discussed by PM Imran Khan and the members of the Cabinet.

PM Khan said Pakistan’s coalition partners, Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), have shown support in hard-time and will continue in future with its partners.

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