ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan chaired an important meeting on Tuesday to review the government’s achievements in its first 100 days.
The meeting was attended by Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry, PM’s Special Assistant for Political Affairs Naeemul Haq, Chief Secretary Azam Khan, Advisor to the prime minister on establishment Arbab Shehzad, Senator Faisal Javed, Iftikhar Durrani among other PTI leaders.
The meeting assessed the 100-day performance and achievements of government.
The PM was briefed on the government’s austerity campaign, Naya Pakistan Housing project, institutional reforms, performance of task forces, implementation on cabinet decisions, performance of ministers and reports of ministry and divisions.
A briefing was also given on the performance of federal ministries, including communication, information, housing, railways, law, environmental change and privatisation.
The participants exchanged views over the preparations for the ceremony related to the 100-day plan.
During the meeting, Prime Minister said that his government is in the right direction and will achieve all the set goals. He vowed to fulfill every single promise made to the nation.
The PM asserted that the benefits of the government’s reforms will soon reach the public.
The premier expressed determination to stabilize the economy.