ISLAMABAD – Oil crises had not only jammed the country but also put government in awkward situation, to remove the tag of ‘incompetent government’ and to avoid such crises again, government suspended four more officer of PSO declaring them responsible for oil crises.
According to details, the report of second investigation about oil crises was sent to Prime Minister who suspended the responsible.
Acting petroleum secretary Arshad Mirza told that “Jehangir Ali Shah, deputy managing director (DMD), operations; Dr Nazir Zaidi, senior general manager, international marketing; Asif Aslam, general manager, retail; and Mansoor Ismail, acting general manager of North (Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) were suspended by premier.
The inquiry was led by Barrister Zafarullah Khan, the PM’s special assistant on parliamentary affairs, and Tariq Khosa, a former IG.
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