Cabinet Meeting - File Photo

ISLAMABAD: Federal Cabinet on Wednesday formed a committee over Balochistan situation. The committee would present its report in a week, DawnNews reported.

The cabinet meeting, headed by Prime Minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, discussed the law and order situation of Balochistan.

The cabinet formed a committee headed by Defense Minister Naveed Qamar.

The committee also includes Minister of Water and power, Minister of Science and technology, Minister of postal services, minister of information and broadcasting and Advisor to the prime minister on Interior.

The committee would present its report to the cabinet in a week.

The cabinet members decided that the next cabinet session will only discuss Balochistan issue.

The federal cabinet also approved the draft which proposed to have a written agreement with the Nato.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Ashraf took the cabinet in confidence over his latest visits to Afghanistan and Saudi Arabia.

The meeting also discussed the issues of load-shedding, power production and the prices of edibles in Ramazan, sources said.

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July 26, 2012 9:59 pm
I am tired of the crookedness that engulfs my beloved country at every level where people are frightened to express their religion or education or wealth where every step of the way someone is extending their hand for "bakhsish" comment columns such as these provide an opportunity to frustrated folks like myself who love this country but feel disenfranchised seeing their frustrations appear on paper at least simmers the boiling feelings I pray for my country I love my country and i hope that all four provinces and if there are more than there are merrier and I hope we all become part of stronger Pakistan express our views practice our religion and not be afraid that our own police our military our FIA ABC ;fia ALL OTHER ACRONYMS THAT WE PAY FOR ARE O UT TO KILL US IN THE NAME OF NATIONAL SECURITY
July 26, 2012 10:12 pm
Has the present PPP set up or for that matter any of the previous PPP government taken any decisions in the interest of Pakistan or they have just excelled in introducing and expanding corruption at every level.
July 25, 2012 5:05 pm
A good step taken by cabinet.It should be fruitful.
July 25, 2012 5:09 pm
These are only talks, no one walks the walk..
July 25, 2012 7:34 pm
which number report will this be and for Allah' sake dont make Mr. Malik part of this useless committee he will make it more useless
July 25, 2012 7:36 pm
furthermore the primie minister of the poorest country needs few more overseas visits it is no fun running a morally bankrupt country
Hasib Agh
July 25, 2012 11:40 pm
Totally rubbish
July 26, 2012 1:53 am
you claim impartiality and journalistic integrity--- you dont really know the first thing about integrity otherwise you will have to courage to published uncensored
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