ISLAMABAD: The internal story of the cabinet meeting has come to light. According to sources, there was a long debate on the decision to include Qadianis in the National Minorities Commission. Tariq Bashir Cheema played a key role in reversing the decision. It was suggested not to withdraw the decision of inclusion. A federal minister suggested to send the case of Qadianis to the Supreme Court. After a majority vote of the cabinet members, the Prime Minister withdrew the old decision. The ministry has approved the summary of the report
Religious Affairs sent a summary to the federal cabinet. Federal Minister Tariq Bashir Cheema played a key role in reversing the decision. Tariq Bashir Cheema and other cabinet members disagreed with the two ministers. Federal Minister for Housing Tariq Bashir Cheema Taking a firm stand in the cabinet meeting, he said that the Qadianis do not accept the constitution of Pakistan and do not recognize themselves as a minority, the Qadianis can not be included in the minority commission under any circumstances. The issue of Prophethood is raised. In an Islamic country like Pakistan, we need protection of the Holy Prophet This is a shame we may have to beg for the location, it is never ever changed form hajj books is the word ‘s seal to the conspirators to be punished, why is not given. In the cabinet meeting, the ministers raised questions as to how the summary of Indian medicines reached the cabinet despite the ban. According to sources, the Ministry of Health had presented a summary of import of more than 429 medicines. Without a summary prepared. The Special Assistant for Health and the Secretary of Health could not satisfy the Cabinet. The Cabinet could not take a definite stand on the issue of lockdown. According to sources, during the discussion on the issue of Corona, a proposal to ease the lockdown was put forward by the Prime Minister, which was supported by most of the ministers. There were also some ministers who advised the Prime Minister to consider it further. After a detailed discussion, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that the final decision would be taken at a meeting of the National Coordinating Committee, which would have provinces on board.