The Supreme Court is likely to issue an order on Monday for making public a list of media houses and journalists who had received government money in the name of national security after it is testified by the information ministry to be a true document. A two-judge bench comprising Justice Jawwad S. Khawaja and Justice Khilji Arif Hussain, which had taken up a set of petitions regarding media accountability initiated at the behest of some television anchors, was also informed that former prime minister Raja Parvez Ashraf had approved on March 16, the last date of his government, a summary sanctioning payment of over Rs1.32 billion for media campaigns. On Wednesday, the information ministry submitted two sets of lists. It claimed privilege on the one containing itemised particulars of 155 expenditures under different heads like special secret services funds, special publicity funds, etc. The ministry, however, said it had no problem with the release of the other containing 217 items of expenditures.
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