Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday called an important meeting to review his "100-day plan" as the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) completes its first 100 days in office.

According to the sources, senior PTI members, federal ministers, advisers and special assistants will attend the meeting.

“Ministries and divisions will present reports on the 100-day plan during the meeting,” sources added.

“PM Imran will apprise the nation regarding the 100-day plan on November 29 and the topics to be discussed during his address will be in focus during today’s meeting,” the sources further said.

According to sources, the targets that have been met will be finalized in the meeting.

“The attendees will also be briefed on governance, the austerity campaign and decisions undertaken by the cabinet. The premier will also be apprised regarding the performances of advisers,” sources continued.

“A briefing will also be given on the performance of federal ministries, including communication, information, housing, railways, law, environmental change and privatization.”

Moreover, the sources said, "The meeting will also review steps taken for public welfare projects."