Prime Minister Imran Khan has approved the draft amendment to the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Ordinance.
A meeting of the Federal Cabinet was held under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Imran Khan in which the political, economic and social situation of the country was considered.
The Federal Cabinet considered a number of points, including the 9-point agenda, and made several important decisions, including the approval of the draft NAB Ordinance Amendment.
According to sources, a presidential ordinance will be issued today to extend the tenure of the chairman NAB.
The meeting also decided to hold the next elections under the new census.
According to sources, during the meeting, the coalition party Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Pakistan opposed some of the proposals included in the census procedure.
Federal Law Ministers Forough Naseem and Aminul Haq opposed and demanded that a De-fecto procedure be adopted for the new census.
According to sources, the cabinet partially approved the proposals for conducting the seventh census, for which the deployment of the army was also approved.
The United States voted unanimously in favor of the census recommendations and decided that the next election would be held under a new census.
During the meeting, Imran Khan said that those whose names appeared in the Pandora Papers would be investigated.
He further said that if the case is cleared then no action will be taken and action will be taken against those found responsible.