Broadsheet Commission Report tells tale of bureaucracy’s non-cooperation
The Broadsheet Commission Report has revealed the non-cooperation of the bureaucracy and attempts to sabotage the record related to the inquiry, reported 24NewsHD TV Channel Thursday.
The commission led by Justice (retd) Azmat Saeed Sheikh has submitted a 100-page report regarding the Broadsheet scandal.
In the report, the commission mentioned that the bureaucracy went all out to trick the commission and hinder its work by concealing the record.
The report said the concerned record was got disappeared from many departments and even from another continent as well.
Justice Azmat Saeed also mocked such attempts and wrote: “This non-cooperation of the government institutions would have made Mohandas Gandhi proud.”
On Kaveh Moussavi, the report said he was a convicted person who had hurled allegations at some persons. However, the investigation of Moussavi’s allegations was not part of the Commission’s TORs, the report noted.
However, if the government desires it may order an investigation into the said allegations. It added.
Justice Azmat also hinted about those who tried to intimidate him when he was preparing the report.
In a cryptic comment, Justice Azmat mentioned that when he was writing the report, the jackals also roamed in Margalla, however, such jackals and threats can’t stop him from discharging his duties.
Reporter: Awais Kiyani