LAHORE/ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has warned of strict motion towards these concerned in Pakistan’s petrol disaster, together with corporations, after the Petroleum Division submitted its investigation report back to the Cabinet on Tuesday.
Geo News reported, citing sources, that PM Imran Khan additionally fashioned a three-member committee comprising Asad Umar, Shireen Mazari, Shafqat Mehmood — the ministers for planning and improvement, human rights, and training, respectively — to evaluate the suggestions of the petrol disaster report.
Compiled by a petroleum disaster inquiry fee, the investigation report was offered earlier immediately throughout the Cabinet assembly, which had a dialogue on the suggestions as one in all its 14-point agendas.
Ministers react to report
Federal ministers reacted strongly to the petrol disaster report, asking what the involved ministry had carried out relating to the difficulty. They requested: “What responsibilities did the ministries play after the crisis surfaced?”
The ministers additionally demanded the revocation of licenses of all corporations concerned within the petrol disaster.
Following the Cabinet dialogue, PM Imran Khan mentioned motion could be taken towards these concerned within the petrol disaster, together with corporations, in response to the sources, and that it could be carried out as soon as the suggestions had been finalised.
Demand for report back to be made public
In this regard, PML-N lawmaker Hina Parvez Butt submitted a decision within the Punjab Assembly, demanding the petrol disaster inquiry report be made public.
Startling revelations had been made within the petrol disaster inquiry fee’s report, the decision acknowledged, noting that it was created below a conspiracy.
Billions of rupees had been looted from the widespread folks’s pockets, it added.
The decision demanded that the petrol disaster report be made public instantly and people accountable dropped at justice.