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Punjab cabinet commits to combat terrorism

Syed Mohsin Raza Naqvi, the interim chief minister of Punjab, presided over the thirteenth meeting of the cabinet, which was held in Lahore on Saturday.

The Cabinet gave its approval to a deal with the Gilgit-Baltistan government for cooperation in the computerization of land records.

New plans for the Children’s Hospital were also approved by the Punjab Cabinet for inclusion in the Annual Development Program 2022–23.

The cabinet was informed about the ongoing operation against terrorists and criminals in the Kutcha region by Inspector General Police Punjab Usman Anwar.

The Cabinet emphasized its intention to finish the current operation on a rational note during the meeting and approved the release of money to support the operation.

The chief minister addressed the group and stated that the provincial ministers, employees, and police officers are working nonstop to make the free flour package a success.

In order to curb the smuggling of sugar, he also issued directions for the required administrative actions.

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