Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday said that the PTI’s 24-year-long struggle has not yet ended and much work remains to be done for the uplift of the lesser privileged sections of society. The prime minister’s remarks came as he chaired a meeting of the federal cabinet to consider a number of important agenda items. Upon arrival in the meeting, the prime minister was warmly greeted by the cabinet members who thumped their desks in tribute to him. According to the Prime Minister Office’s media wing, the cabinet members highly appreciated the prime minister for his dynamic leadership that successfully countered the internal and external challenges during the last two years of the government.As he addressed the meeting, the prime minister said that his priority is to provide relief to the people. He expressed the hope that an improvement in all sectors of the economy will soon be witnessed as a results of reforms. According to sources privy to the meeting, the cabinet approved the addition of two new members to the inquiry commission formed to probe the petrol crisis.Information Minister Shibli Faraz later told media that the cabinet gave approval to the proposal of restructuring of power distribution companies and names of their new board members would be made public soon. The cabinet also discussed the formation of pensioners’ fund. The PM remarked that after the circular debt, pension was the second largest issue being faced by the government. The prime minister directed that the experts should be involved in the management of pension fund. The cabinet, he said, also gave approval to the export of locally made personal protection equipment. It also approved the proposal for the construction of high rise residential apartments in Quetta on the land of Housing Ministry. The cabinet accorded approval to the implementation of Pakistan Essential Services Act 1953 on the employees of PTV.