Islamabad: According to our sources, the Climate Change Ministry has determined that the federal government and the provinces will split the whole cost of the green initiatives established by Prime Minister Imran Khan in provinces like Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) and Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK).
The climate change ministry will also enlist the help of a third party to keep track of how money is spent, according to an official who did not want to be identified. The federal government has requested that all provinces submit their PC-1s for the execution of green programs, according to reports.
Furthermore, it was revealed that the project will be implemented by provincial ministries, with the federal government acting as a monitoring authority. Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam responded to the news by saying that the federal government intends to make Pakistan cleaner and greener through green programs.
The Prime Minister has launched various green programs, including Clean and Green Pakistan and Recharge Pakistan, Protected Areas Initiatives, and the Ten Billion Tree Tsunami projects, to name a few.