Balochistan cabinet constitutes commission on missing persons
The Balochistan cabinet has decided to establish a high-level parliamentary commission on the issue of missing persons.
The commission on missing persons will be led by the provincial minister of the interior and will consist of each government and opposition member.
The cabinet made the announcement following a long meeting on Tuesday. “The summary of the commission should be presented to the Chief Minister as soon as possible,” the cabinet decided.
The provincial cabinet considered the situation after the devastating rains and floods.
It took decisions to meet the challenge of rescuing, helping, and rehabilitating victims. The authorities briefed the cabinet about the losses, rescue, and relief operations launched by the government.
A representative of the Revenue Board informed the cabinet of the loss of life and finance caused by flooding in the province.
The cabinet directed a survey of losses due to floods and rains so that relief and rehabilitation work can start in the near future.
The meeting approved a 15% pay and pension increase for government servants. This increase would be effective retrospectively on July 1.
The increase in salaries will cause an annual expenditure of 1032.33 million rupees.
The increase in the pension will cost the Provincial treasury Rs 3.975.30 million per annum.