Ministry of Inter Provincial Coordination

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Ministry of Inter Provincial Coordination
Agency overview
Formed3 November 2008; 10 years ago
JurisdictionGovernment of Pakistan
HeadquartersMinistry of Inter-Provincial Coordination, Cabinet Block, 4th Floor, Islamabad
Minister responsible
Agency executives
WebsiteOfficial website

The Ministry of Inter Provincial Coordination (Urdu: وزارت بین الصوبائی رابطہ, abbreviated as MoIPC) is a ministry of the Government of Pakistan. The subsidiary Council of Common Interests or CCI is a constitutional body in Pakistan. The CCI resolves the disputes of power sharing between the federation and its provinces. The ministry is responsible for coordination between the federal and the provincial governments. It aids both the provincial and the federal entities in providing uniformity of approach in formulation of policies that concern both. It is currently headed by [[Ehsan ur Rehman Mazari]] as of 21st April 2022.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Meet Prime Minister Imran Khan's federal cabinet". Geo News. 20 August 2018. Retrieved 16 September 2021.
  2. ^ a b c d e "About IPC". www.ipc.gov.pk. Retrieved 29 July 2019.

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