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Daily Top-10 Current Affairs MCQs / News (Feb 06 2023) for CSS

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February 06, 2022: National Current Affairs MCQs


1. Ex-military ruler Musharraf passes away in Dubai

• Former military dictator Pervez Musharraf, who usurped power after a coup in October 1999 and ruled Pakistan till 2008, breathed his last at age of 79 in Dubai, after a protracted battle with a rare disease, amyloidosis.
• The news of his death first emerged on social media in the morning before making it to the mainstream media following confirmation by the Pakistani consulate in Dubai and the family of the former army chief. The condition of the former dictator was said to be critical for the past few months, as his organs started to fail due to the fatal illness.
• The body of Mr Musharraf, who will be laid to rest in Karachi, will be brought back to Pakistan through a special flight that would leave for Dubai on February 6, 2023. In order to facilitate his family in the process of repatriation, the Consulate General of Pakistan in Dubai has also issued a no-objection certificate (NOC). `We are in touch with the family and the consulate will facilitate in whatever way it can; the consulate has issued the no objection certificate,` a media report quoted Consul General Hassan Afzal Khan as saying


2. Plot was hatched to freeze Kashmir issue, PM reveals

• Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on February 5, 2023 disclosed that a plot had been conceived to freeze the Kashmir issue for 20 years but hastened to declare that no Pakistani could even think of allowing this to happen.
• `Moments ago, some people shared with me in the [speaker`s] chamber that a plot was conceived to defer the plebiscite in Kashmir until the next 20 years.
• There cannot be any conspiracy and cruelty with the Kashmiris bigger than this,` he said in his address at the special session of the Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Legislative Assembly here. The session was presided over by Speaker Chaudhry Anwar ul Haq.
• `I think, no Pakistani politician or serviceman or soldier can even think anything like this,` added the premier

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3. Centre blocks Punjab`s Rs400bn health insurance scheme

• Amid challenging engagements with international lending agencies to unlock external flows for the balance of payments and flood recovery, the Centre has cast off Punjab`s Rs400 billion health insurance scheme in its present form and size, targeting the entire population of the province, including the rich and the poor.
• The project, named `Implementation of Universal Health Coverage under Health Insurance Programme in Punjab`, was presented at a recent meeting of the Central Development Working Party (CDWP) but was not approved after the planning ministry, particularly Planning Secretary Zafar Ali Shah, put up a strong opposition based on feedback from lenders and donors on untargeted subsidies and wasteful expenditures


4. Businessman Jawad Sohrab made special assistant to PM

• Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has appointed prominent businessman Jawad Sohrab Malik as Special Assistant to Prime Minister (SAPM) with the status of a state minister.
• With the appointment of Mr Malik, the size of the federal cabinet has swelled to 78 members. Of these 78 federal cabinet members, 34 are federal ministers, seven are ministers for state, four are advisers to the PM and 33 are SAPM.
• Besides the long list of federal cabinet members, there are 38 parliamentary secretaries in the National Assembly who give answers to questions during questions hour on behalf of these ministers in the lower house in the absence of these ministers.
• The newly appointed SAPM has, however, refused to take any official perks and privileges


5. UNEP to open office for Living Indus project

• The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) will open its office in Pakistan very soon to lead the Living Indus Initiative programme for which the UNEP and the government are in negotiations with the Green Climate Fund (GCF) for an indicative funding of $25 million.
• The Living Indus is an umbrella initiative and a call for action to lead and consolidate initiatives to restore the ecological health of the Indus within the boundaries of Pakistan, which is the most vulnerable to climate change.
• In order to tackle the brunt of extreme climate events, the ministry of climate change, led by Minister Sherry Rehman, has prepared a resilience plan that contains multifarious interventions to enhance the country`s resilience and adaptation to climate change

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