Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab discussed Tuesday with the panel assigned to administer the seized funds and assets of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) ways of managing such funds.
Mahlab underscored the importance of handling such funds and applying all seizing measures without any potential harm to workers in such institutions, and their financial dues.
The premier asserted the government's role was to make sure that such funds wouldn't be rallied for bankrolling terrorist activities.
He said such move aimed at drying up the sources of terrorism.
Two supermarket chains "Zad" and "Seuodi" were ordered to be shut and placed under government control on accusations of backing the Muslim Brotherhood group.