Interim PM Mulk’s cabinet likely to take oath today
– A team for caretaker prime minister Justice (retd) Nasirul Mulk is likely to take oath today to run the state affairs, local media reported.
Media reports claimed that the caretaker prime minister has decided to have a short cabinet, adding that it will be comprising 10-12 interim ministers.
The oathtaking ceremony would be held at President House where President Mamnoon Hussain would administer the oath.
On June 1, former Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice (retd) Mulk was sworn in as Pakistan’s seventh caretaker prime minister at the President House after second consecutive democratic completed its constitutional term on May 31.
In an informal discussion with newsmen after assuming charge, the interim premier asserted that free, fair elections would be conducted in the country without any delay.
“I would rope in minimum numbers of ministers and would perform the duties assigned,” declared Nasirul Mulk.