All illegal structures in Islamabad to be removed within six months: Shibli Faraz

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: All illegal structures in the Federal Cabinet will be removed within six months, the Minister for Information and Broadcasting Syed Shibli Faraz said.


While briefing media in Islamabad on Monday about decisions taken by the Federal Cabinet, the minister said that the Cabinet was briefed that an anti-encroachment drive in the Federal Capital is continuing and all illegal structures will be removed within six months.

Shibli Faraz told that in the Cabinet meeting, Prime Minister Imran Khan expressed the resolve to eliminate hunger from the Country by extending support to the deserving people through the Ehsas Program.

The information minister said that Imran Khan is committed that nobody across Pakistan should be left hungry as the welfare of backward segments of society is one of his top priorities.

The minister said that the meeting was also updated about the COVID-19 pandemic situation in the Country. He said that with the blessing of Almighty Allah, Pakistan has become self-sufficient in manufacturing Corona related equipment.

Senator Shibli Faraz further told that the Federal Cabinet also discussed the disinformation network, recently unearthed by the European Union against Pakistan to hit our economy, institutions and spread chaos in the Country.

The minister said that unfortunately, the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) is carrying forward the Indian agenda for creating disinformation about Pakistan.

The information said that the government is seriously taking notice of it, adding that the opposition is intentionally or unintentionally pursuing the Indian agenda.

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