Islamabad: The Prime Minister has arrange a four-member inquiry committee headed by Special Assistant for Energy Shehzad Syed Qasim to analyze the scarcity and stockpiling of petrol.
According to Express News, the committee will full its investigation into the nation's oil provide mismanagement by July 10. The committee will examine the position of OGRA, the Ministry of Petroleum and personal oil firms in the course of the disaster and decide who benefited from the disaster.
The committee may also examine stockpiling by oil firms and petrol pumps and discover the potential for a nexus of homeowners within the petroleum sector.
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The committee may also report on the impression of the discount within the costs of petroleum merchandise on the import and availability of petrol. It may also deliver out the main points of the provision of petrol this 12 months as in comparison with final 12 months. In addition, the committee will once more formulate a method to keep away from such a disaster.
The committee of inquiry additionally contains DG Oil, former GMPSO and Head of Petroleum Institute of Pakistan.