Cabinet meeting on Wednesday
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Apr 16: The state cabinet is scheduled to meet here on Wednesday morning under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Omar Abdullah.
Official sources said though the agenda of the meeting was not circulated among the ministers, till late this evening, the cabinet is expected to deliberate on some important issues.
Likely to be the last meeting in the winter capital of the state before Durbar moves to Srinagar, the cabinet is expected to order placement of some IAS officers, sources said.
The schedule for holding the Urban Local Bodies elections is also likely to come up for the discussion in the meeting.
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