Islamabad: The federal cabinet on Tuesday put 10 names, including Shazad Akbar, on the Exodus Control List (ECL).
The federal cabinet, which met with Prime Minister Shebaz Sharif as chairman, also approved the inclusion of the names in the ECL and the removal of 22 from the list, according to a statement from the prime minister’s media department.
Sources say the government has purposely not disclosed the names of those added and removed from the ECL.
sources say Shahzad Akbar’s name was added to his ECL at the request of the National Accountability Office.
Shahzad Akbar said he left for Dubai on April 17 and the Islamabad High Court (IHC) suspended his FIA order placing his name on the suspension list.He left for London five days later. I left.
The Cabinet also rejected a proposal to raise the prices of 35 medicines, according to the media department of the prime minister’s office.
Cabinet rejected the summary but instructed the National Health Service’s Regulatory and Coordinating Division not to raise drug prices without its consent.
Health Minister Abdul Qadir Patel, who was also present at the meeting, also opposed the summary. A draft statement to his PTI chairman to be submitted to the Supreme Court in light of the Pakistan Electoral Commission (ECP) decision on the foreign funding case could not be submitted at the session, according to
sources. Some ministers, including
Syed Khursheed Shah, particularly those belonging to his PMLN allies, also questioned the rise in POL prices.
The Cabinet also noted at a meeting of the Economic Coordinating Committee (ECC) held the previous day that the Government had approved the placement of married men in the Defense and Security Forces (DSF) personnel (Army Regulations Amendment, 1998), Appendix A.
Approved the amendment of Regulation 11, Ration and Size of Supplies (Regulations), National Technical Colleges Act 2015, 2018 amended, Appointment of Islamabad ICT Advocate by Amendment of Presidential Decree 1, 2015 and Pakistan Veterinary Medical Council (PVMC) Employee Services Regulations, 2022.
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