The government is planning to appoint assistants to the Advisers of the caretaker Government to help them discharge the responsibilities of different ministries, as there is no room to expand the Council of Advisers.
Discussion is being held at government high levels as to how the assistants to the advisers will be incorporated to conduct the functions of the Caretaker Government, Chief Adviser's Press Secretary Syed Fahim Munaim said this on Saturday while briefing journalists after a meeting of Council of Advisers at Chief Adviser's Office (CAO).
Replying to a question he said the Government has already taken expert opinion in this regard.
The Press Secretary said the leading constitutional experts ruled out the scope to appoint more advisers as per the Constitution.
He, however, said the experts opined in favor of appointment of people to assist the advisers. They are likely to be known as Consultants.