ISLAMABAD - The Council of Common Interest (CCI) is likely to take the proposed energy conservation plan - two holidays a week, closure of markets at 08:00 p.m. and advancing the clocks by one hour - in its next meeting to be held on May 11, The Nation has learnt. The Ministry of Water and Power on April 30 moved a summery regarding energy conservation plan to the Cabinet Secretariat. According to the plan, there will be two holidays a week, markets in the country will be closed before 08:00 p.m. and the clocks will be advanced by one hour, a senior official of the Ministry told The Nation on Monday. He was of the view that the matter would be discussed in the upcoming CCI meeting with the representatives of the provinces. The federal cabinet of the Pakistani government is set to take a decision on the energy conservation plan. It is not out of place to mention that earlier the federal minister for water and power has said that the proposed plan would seek two weekly offs with five working days in a week in all public and private offices and private establishments, closure of shops and business centres by 08:00 p.m. and forwarding clocks by one hour. The chief ministers from all four provinces and high-level representation from special areas and officials from federal ministries would be invited in the cabinet meeting to ensure consensus on the decision to be taken, the minister added. The sources further told that all stakeholder including four chief ministers would be on board for consultation, as the government would have to resolve the concerns and reservations to avoid any untoward situation before promulgating this energy conservation plan in the country.