Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif Chairs High-Level Meeting to Discuss Future Strategies

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif Chairs High-Level Meeting to Discuss Future Strategies

A high-level meeting, chaired by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, was held on Wednesday to review the country’s situation and hold consultations on future strategies on constitutional and legal issues. The meeting was attended by officials from the ruling coalition parties and an official statement was released later in the night. 

During the meeting, the prime minister Shehbaz Sharif decided to convene a huddle of heads of parties in the ruling coalition after Eidul Fitr to take the already initiated national consultation process to the next stage with all parties within and outside parliament. The process of pre-consultation and negotiations regarding the holding of elections is going on among the coalition parties, for which the prime minister has already formed a committee. 

The participants reiterated that the coalition government has expressed its willingness to engage in meaningful, serious, and constitutionally bounded negotiations at every stage since the presentation of the economic pact. They emphasized that politicians have never closed the door of dialogue to anyone and cannot do so. 

Furthermore, the prime minister Shehbaz Sharif directed officials to ensure minimum loadshedding of electricity during the summer season and expedite the work for the restoration of the Neelum-Jhelum project. The meeting was informed about the production of electricity and the expected demand during this summer. The revival of the Neelum-Jhelum power project was discussed in detail, and it was said that the project would be fully restored and will start generating cheap and clean electricity by July this year. 

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The prime minister Shehbaz Sharif also directed the relevant authorities to ensure timely production of the urea fertiliser and its supply to the farmers. He said the government was taking all possible steps to minimise the per acre cost of the farmers. PM Shehbaz also directed authorities to keep an eye on the demand and supply of the fertilizer and present a comprehensive plan for buffer stock and the provision of gas to the industries. 

In addition, the prime minister directed the fast implementation of the solarization project in the country by immediately removing all the impediments in the import of solar panels and other parts. The government is committed to providing sufficient fertilizer for farmers and removing hurdles to imports, the prime minister vowed. 

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