Kakar chooses 24-person caretaker cabinet

Caretaker Federal Cab Takes Oath From President Arif Alvi

President Dr. Arif Alvi presided over the swearing-in ceremony for the 16-person caretaker federal government at the President House. This thing happened on a Thursday. Anwaarul Haq Kakar, the president’s caretaker prime minister, gave him advice on who to nominate and helped him choose three advisers and five special assistants. Several notable people, including interim Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar, were present at the event.

Constituents of the Interim Cabinet

Retired three-star officers from the military, senior diplomats like Jalil Abbas Jilani, financial and economic expert Dr. Shamshad Akhtar, journalist Murtaza Solangi, poet Wasi Shah, artist and poet Jamal Shah, businessman Gohar Ijaz, educator Madad Ali Sindhi, anchor and religious scholar Aniq Ahmed, and experts in human rights and law make up the caretaker cabinet.

Ministers and Advisors in Charge of Various Issues

Senator Sarfraz Ahmed Bugti: NARCOs, Pakistanis Abroad, and the Interior

Minister of Foreign Affairs, Jalil Abbas Jilani

Finance, Taxation, and Revenue, Economics, Statistics, and Privatisation: Shamshad Akhtar

Anwar Ali Hyder, Lt. General Retired, Defence, Defence Manufacturing, and Aviation

Communications and Media Expert Murtaza Solangi

Sami Saeed: Strategic Constructive Planning

Transport (Railways and Postal Services and Ports and Maritime Affairs): Shahid Ashraf Tarar

Ahmad Irfan Aslam: Water, Climate Change, National Resources, and the Law

Petroleum and Energy, Muhammad Ali

Business, Textiles, Manufacturing, and Production in Gohar Ejaz

Umar Saif: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (IT&T)

Health Care in the United States: Regulation and Control by Nadeem Jan

Human Rights/Women’s Empowerment: Khalil George

Minister for Religion, Hajj, and Religious Tolerance Aneeq Ahmad

Jamal Shah, Minister of Culture and National Heritage

Federal Education, National Harmony, and Youth Affairs: Madad Ali Sindhi

Prime Minister’s Advisers

Farhat Hussain Khan, Air Marshal Emeritus, Is an Aviation Expert

Ahad Khan Cheema: The Firm Foundation

W. Masood Khan, C.F.O. Expert Counsellors

Human Rights/Women’s Emancipation: Mishal Hussain Malik

Overseas, Jawad Sohrab Malik

The Maritime Affairs of Retired Vice Admiral Iftikhar Rao

A Word from Mr. Education and National Unity, Syeda Arifa Zehra

Swearing in and Portfolio Distribution

The ritual began with a recitation from the Quran and the national anthem. Attendees included politicians, celebrities, and even the interim prime minister of Pakistan, Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar. After taking the oath, the temporary prime minister assigned responsibilities to the caretaker ministers, advisers, and special advisers.

Distribution of Crucial Investments

Shamshad Akhtar, a former governor of the State Bank of Pakistan, now oversees several departments, including Finance and Revenue, Economic Affairs, Statistics, and Privatisation. The ministries of Interior, Overseas Pakistanis, and NARCO were all given to Senator Sarfraz Bugti. The Minister of Foreign Affairs is the former Foreign Secretary Jalil Abbas Jilani. Dr. Gohar Ejaz, a pioneer in the textile industry, was awarded the portfolios of Trade and Industry.

Expansion and Further Specification

The temporary prime minister has called for the first cabinet meeting to take place this coming Friday. It’s possible that the federal cabinet will grow in the near future. Caretaker cabinet members may be tasked with filling vacant positions in ministries including Food Security, Inter-Provincial Coordination, and Housing and Works.

Kakar chooses 24-person caretaker cabinet
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