Cabinet of Pakistan
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The Cabinet of Pakistan (Urdu: کابینہ پاکستان, Kābīnā-e-Pākistān) is a formal body composed of senior government officials chosen and led by the Prime Minister. All cabinet members sworn in are designated Minister, and are seated at their respective ministries located in the Pakistan Secretariat.
The Cabinet Secretary of Pakistan serves as the administrative head of the Cabinet Division and reports directly to the Prime Minister. According to the Constitution of Pakistan, the Prime Minister may dismiss members of the cabinet, but must do so in writing, and new appointees must again be approved by the Parliament. The cabinet meets weekly in Islamabad. The cabinet is granted constitutional power under Article 81D of the Constitution of Pakistan. The existence of the cabinet dates back to Prime Minister Liaqat Ali Khan, who appointed civil servants and statesmen to his first cabinet.
|“||There shall be a Cabinet of Ministers, with the Prime Minister at its head, to aid and advise the President in the exercise of his functions. The Cabinet, together with the Ministers of State, shall be collectively responsible to the Senate and the National Assembly. A Minister who for any period of six consecutive months is not a member of the National Assembly shall, at the expiration of that period, cease to be a Minister and shall not before the dissolution of that Assembly be again appointed a Minister unless he is elected a member of that Assembly: Provided that nothing in this clause shall apply to a Minister who is a member of the Senate. Provided that the number of Federal Ministers and Ministers of State who are members of the Senate shall not at any time exceed one-fourth of the number of Federal Ministers||”|
|— Article 81C-96D: The Federation of Pakistan; Part-III, Chapter 3: Federal Government, The Constitution of Pakistan|
Adviser on Climate Change
Malik Amin Aslam
|August 20, 2018|
Adviser on Commerce & Textile Industry, Industries & Production, and Investment
Abdul Razak Dawood
|20 August 2018|
|3||Adviser on Establishment
Shehzad Arbab 
|August 20, 2018|
Adviser on Institutional Reforms & Austerity
|27 August 2018|
Adviser on Finance and Revenue
Abdul Hafeez Shaikh
|18 April 2019|
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Social Protection & Poverty Alleviation
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Accountability
Mirza Shahzad Akbar
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Media
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Political Affairs
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Overseas Pakistanis & Human Resource Development
Sayed Zulfiqar Abbas Bukhari
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Coordination of Marketing & Development of Mineral Resources
Shahzad Syed Qasim
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Capital Development Authority Affairs
Ali Nawaz Awan
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Youth Affairs
Muhammad Usman Dar
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Media Affairs
Yousaf Baig Mirza
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Parliamentary Coordination
Nadeem Afzal Gondal
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on activities pertaining to Ministries of Water Resources, Power and Petroleum in Balochistan
Sardar Yar Muhammad Rind
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on National Health Services, Regulations, and Coordination
Dr. Zafar Mirza
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Information & Broadcasting Division
Firdous Ashiq Awan
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Petroleum Division
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Public Private Partnership
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