The cabinet will endorse the decisions of the Economic Coordination Committee  in the meeting.

The meeting will deliberate on a 20-point agenda, which also included a review of the amendments in Gilgit-Baltistan  reforms, sources said.

According to reports, the cabinet will likely to review amendments in reforms for Gilgit-Baltistan region. Minister for Kashmir affairs and the law minister will give a briefing to the cabinet on the matter, sources said.

The cabinet members will also review the supply of gas to the industries and the issue of extension in the licence of a private airlines.

Moreover, the cabinet will also likely to discuss launching of a Rs 50 coin to mark the World Anti-Corruption Day.

The meeting will discuss the overall political and economic situation of the country.