Prime Minister Imran Khan. PHOTO: PID ISLAMABAD: Unsatisfied with the performance of his ministers, Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday hinted at another major cabinet reshuffle following a parliamentary party meeting of the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). According to sources, among those who are likely to return to the cabinet is former finance minister Asad Umar, whose name is under consideration for the portfolio of either planning and development or petroleum. Sources said the decision had been taken in response to the meeting during which tempers flared high as PTI lawmaker Arbab Amir lost his cool while complaining to the premier about the “unacceptable behaviour of the cabinet members”. Sources privy to the development told The Express Tribune that the ruling party lawmaker was reduced to tears while stating that he was unable to resolve the issues of his constituency due to the uncooperative behaviour of the federal ministers. Meanwhile, the premier directed the ministers to resolve the issues of the treasury members regarding the complaints. He also said that there would be another change of portfolios, with those cabinet members axed whose performance was not up to the mark. Imran also assured the ministers that he would meet lawmakers in-person… Read full this story
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