Agencies crack down on ISI, IB, and FIA to monitor crackdown, food items to be reduced by 20%: Imran Khan

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Prime Minister Imran Khan has ordered massive crackdowns across the country to prevent smuggling while regular submission of effective crackdown monitoring reports against smuggling to IB, ISI and FIA and in Balochistan. Planning for Border Markets to be Accelerated current world news

Imran Khan also directed to set up a comprehensive roadmap as soon as possible in order to reduce the prices of petrol, diesel and gas and to submit recommendations in this regard.

The Prime Minister ordered decisive action against stocks, saying that food items should be reduced by 15 to 20%, 'no excuse for small and large stores' should be brought to the stock market in 10 days.

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The law is being enacted to protect national security, including children, minorities and religious matters. Imran Khan directed that the proposed rules for regulating social media be reviewed by consulting all stakeholders and assessing the impact of sanctions on public opinion. To be reviewed. Sources say that the Prime Minister has ordered a meeting of the National Price Monitoring Committee not to be held in six months this week.

The last meeting of the National Price Monitoring Committee was convened in September 2019. According to details, a high level meeting was held on Tuesday with the chairmanship of Imran Khan to prevent smuggling of food and other items.

The Prime Minister directed the Ministry of Home Affairs, law enforcement federal and provincial agencies, FBR, provincial governments to take immediate action against smuggling, while instructing the Interior Ministry to take steps and comprehensive measures in the next 48 hours. Submit a report based on the structure.

The Prime Minister also directed to initiate short-term, mid-term and long-term measures in keeping with the recommendations of the Task Force on the Prevention of Smuggling.

The Prime Minister said that smuggling of food items leads to rise in prices and inconvenience to the common man which is unacceptable. Smuggling is causing billions of rupees loss to the economy, effective prevention of smuggling is a matter of national interest. Is that no negligence will be tolerated.current world news

Meanwhile, a comprehensive policy on Iranian oil should be formulated. Meanwhile, Imran Khan has directed to set up a comprehensive roadmap as soon as possible to reduce petrol, diesel and gas and make recommendations in this regard.

He said this while addressing a high level meeting on petrol and gas prices. The Prime Minister said that our main objective is to provide as much relief as possible to the people, especially the low-income people. The Government recognizes that the low-income and the salaried segment are suffering and the government is doing all possible to provide electricity and gas. To provide relief to these segments as far as possible in relation to the prices of.

The government cannot remain silent on the difficulties of the people. Every option to provide relief to the people will be considered. Moreover, Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the purpose of social media laws is not to express positive opinion or suppress political differences. ۔

A review of the proposed rules of social media was chaired by Imran Khan. On this occasion, Imran Khan said that many countries, including Singapore and the UK, are bringing such laws while Pakistan is also bringing such laws in view of changing circumstances. However, all stakeholders will be consulted before the rules are implemented.

Moreover, the Prime Minister, taking strict notice of the complaints regarding the provision of health services in the federal capital, has said that no shortage of health facilities will be tolerated to the citizens. 'Enabling the administration of public hospitals.

Hospitals and centers should focus on addressing the shortage of manpower in health and supply of health services and medicines, complete the shortage of teachers in schools, and provide all the necessary resources for the standard of education.