ISLAMABAD - The government Tuesday directed the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) to determine loans written off due to political or other influences within three weeks after the central bank provided a list of 1300 cases of written-off loans of 16 financial institutions worth Rs96 billion. The State Bank of Pakistan on Tuesday presented a list of 1300 cases of written-off loans in the meeting of parliamentary committees of PPP and PML N, which discussed the PML-Ns ten-point agenda. Finance Minister Abdul Hafeez Shaikh and Senator Ishaq Dar told the media that SBP was directed to determine the loans written off due to political influence within three weeks. Senator Ishaq Dar told that PML-N had given its output to the governments team and now the time of implementation had arrived and the government would give detailed reply to the PML-N on the ten-point agenda, as the deadline would expire on February 24. He said, The government will send a draft of price control mechanism to the PML-N within next two days. Talking about gas loadshedding in Punjab, Dar said that two province Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh had availed exemptions, which led to unemployment of thousands of people due to closure of industries in Punjab. The federal government had assured that the Ministry of Law in consultation of Ministry of Petroleum would find its solution, he added. To a question, regarding letter to Swiss government on NRO case, Dar said that the governments team said that there were three review petitions in the Supreme Court in this regard and till its decision it would have to wait. He said the top leadership of his party would decide the fate of the Reform General Sales Tax and flood tax. The finance minister said that both sides had made significant progress on the ten-point agenda. He said that the bill of accountability law would be discussed in the next meeting (February 22). Talking about restructuring of public sector enterprises, the government would make sure transparency regarding appointment of chief executive officers. The government would review the expenditures of the three provinces except Punjab.