Investigative committee questions performance of Tabish Gohar
An investigative committee formed by the Cabinet Committee on Energy (CCOE) questioned the performance of Special Assistant to the Prime Minister Tabish Gohar, reported 24News HD TV channel on Friday.
The investigative committee sent the questionnaire comprised of 29 questions to the ministry of energy.
The committee asked the following questions;
Why the LNG Terminal was repaired in June?
Did the special assistant contacted the power division regarding the repair of the terminal?
How many times the meetings were called and letters were written on the issue?
When did the special assistant and secretary of petroleum take the charge?
When did you get to know that the terminal repair will create a shortage of energy in the country?
Did the PSO inform in advance regarding the shortage of furnace oil in June and July?
Was the private company contracted to delay in terminal repair?
When did the power division demand gas, LNG, and furnace oil from the Petroleum division?
Who makes the decisions regarding the availability of furnace oil, gas, and LNG?
When did the power division and petroleum division get to know about the repair of the LNG terminal?
CCOE had established the investigative committee headed by Railways Minister Azam Swati.
Reporter: Awais Kiani