PM Imran calls cabinet session on mini-budget tomorrow
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan called a special federal cabinet session on the upcoming supplementary finance bill scheduled to be presented on Wednesday.
Minister for Finance Asad Umar is going to unveil mini-budget and macroeconomic framework before the Parliament tomorrow.
The cabinet meeting will be held at 2 pm at the parliament house to approve the supplementary budget.
Parliamentarians have also been called for a meeting with the prime minister tomorrow, Geo news reported.
The government has decided to reduce and abolish RD on 150 items at least against 250 items recommended by the Ministry of Commerce for waiving off RD on items related to industries including raw materials on electronics, engineering, chemicals and other sectors.
It is proposed that the slab of 21 percent will be brought down to 20 percent, 16 percent to 15 percent, 11 percent to 10 percent and 6 percent to 5 percent through upcoming finance bill.