Federal Cabinet 70 additional members are added

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The council now has 34 federal secretaries, including eight new special advisors to the head of state, seven different cabinet ministers, four new counselors to the prime minister, plus 25 SAPMs.

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The prime minister was satisfied to designate Iftikhar Ahmed Khan Babar, Mahar Irshad Ahmad Khan, Raza Rabani Khar, Mahesh Kumar Malani, Faisal Karim Kundi, Sardar Saleem Haider, Tasneem Ahmed Qureshi, and Mohammad Ali Shah Bacha as members of parliament, according to the announcement.

It was quoted as One unavoidable evil!

The choice to select eight new SAPMs sparked condemnation from some quarters at a period when the industry is faltering, oil prices and hyperinflation are at record highs, and the nation is looking to the world for assistance after monsoon rainfall and storm surges caused unparalleled destruction.

In legislative bodies, particularly in those with political factions, it is an inevitable evil, according to Ahmed Bilal Mehboob, head of the Pakistan Institute of Legislative Development and Transparency (PILDAT).

The 18th Amendment put a limit on the capacity of the panel, according to the head of state of PILDAT, who frequently writes about the political, policy-making, and electioneering issues affecting the nation.

He claimed that Article 92 of the Constitution mandates that the number of ministers and ministers of state in the federal executive council must not surpass 11% of the current total of the national assembly.

Federal Cabinet
Federal Cabinet 70 additional members are added

The overall ministry size must not be greater than 49 because there are two legislative branches, the National Assembly and the Upper house, with a combined strength of 446 members. Because this is the percentage, of 11%, the entire cabinet size should not be greater than 49.

Mehboob told the news reporters that the charter specified an upper limit on the number of cabinet members, adding that anything lower than that is permissible but again not certainly the ideal in these days of the weak economy.

Many PTI leaders berated the governing party administration and questioned whether anyone was still waiting to be appointed as an adviser or granted a charge.

The economy is about to default, but the state’s spending sprees have not ceased, asked Senator Dr. Shahzad Waseem, Chairman of the Opposition in the Senate,

“Would anyone be left?” The administration was unable to assist flood victims, so the focus is now on distributing departments.

Chaudhry Fawad, the head of the PTI, also criticized the Prime Minister, claiming that the unneeded appointment of eight unimportant new cabinet members was a reflection of the objectives of the Shehbaz Sharif administration.

The economic growth of the country of Pakistan, according to the previous minister of information, is in shambles, and the middle class is finding it incredibly challenging to handle monthly expenses.

The former minister expressed sadness that, during these trying times for the populace, the administration was too busy having fun harmonica such as Nero.

Mehboob remembered that the ministry reached its pinnacle under Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani’s premiership between 2008 and 2012 when it grew to 66 lawmakers with 47 ministers and 19 state-level ministers.

Following Gilani, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, a former prime minister, led a 55-member cabinet that included 35 ministries and 20 state officials.

Commenters lambasted the administration for expanding the cabinet solely to appease the allies shortly after word of the new SAPMs began to spread on social media.

When the authorities were pleading with the world to aid the flood victims and declaring its inability to do so on its own, they questioned why it would overburden the public coffers.