ISLAMABAD: Former finance minister Asad Umar met with Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad, ARY News reported on Wednesday.
As consistent with info, the only-to-one assembly between the prime minister and the former finance minister changed into part of efforts to convince Asad Umar to rejoin the cabinet.
Earlier, Railways Minister Sheikh Rasheed said Asad Umar met with the surest to talk about critical subjects together with his return to the federal cabinet.
After resignation Sheikh Rasheed held 3 conferences with the previous finance minister to convince him to rejoin the federal cupboard.
The prime minister has been saying that he would welcome Asad Umar, who stepped down as finance minister on April 18, returned into the cupboard if he intends to return lower back.
Last month, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) MNA Asad Umar had announced that he is stepping down from his publish as finance minister.
In a announcement on Twitter, Asad Umar broke the information through saying, “As a part of a cabinet reshuffle PM desired that I take the electricity minister portfolio as opposed to finance.”
“However, I even have obtained his consent to now not take any cabinet position. I strongly consider PM Imran Khan is the fine desire for Pakistan and inshallah will make a naya pakistan,” the former minister added.