Senate body discuss CCI unsettled cases.

ISLAMABAD -- The sub-Committee of the Senate Standing Committee on Inter-Provincial Coordination (IPC) on Tuesday discussed the reasons for numerous cases being unsettled by the Council for Common Interest (CCI).

The meeting held here chaired by Senator Rana Maqbool Ahmed and was attended by Senator Mushtaq Ahmed Khan and IPC senior officers. The committee deliberated over the reasons for numerous cases being pended by CCI.

The Ministry informed the Committee that as compared to previous years CCI has been more active. The Committee, however maintained that despite conducting regular sittings no concrete decisions had been taken on the issues that had been submitted to the forum.

The committee stressed the need for implementation and follow-up of the Ministry to ensure that issues of grave national interest are resolved at the earliest. This, it was stated, would dispel grievances of the provinces and ensure growth and prosperity of Pakistan.

The Committee asserted that in order to dispel inertia, it was essential that the role of the Ministry and its functionaries is defined. The Committee opined that in order to ensure implementation and progress, the...

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