KARACHI: The Sindh cabinet gave their approval to repeal the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) ordinance in the province.
The approval was given in a high-level meeting chaired by Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah at the CM house after a briefing on the subject by Advocate General for Sindh Zamir Ghumro.
NAB will only have the mandate to probe and hear cases related to federal institution after a formal endorsement from the Sindh Assembly, which is expected on Monday.
A committee has been constituted by the cabinet to give recommendations for changes in the anti-corruption laws within a month.
The provincial cabinet also approved a proposal to impose restrictions on the establishment of new sugar mills in the province.
According to a Sindh government spokesman, the decision was taken in view of stablising provincial cotton production, further adding that the same ban was imposed by Punjab government.
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