‘Tabahi Sarkar’ creating one crisis after another: Sherry Rehman

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Peoples Social gathering (PPP) chief Senator Sherry Rehman on Monday slammed the federal government for its failure to sort out the looming disaster of petrol and take motion in opposition to these concerned within the disaster previously.

In a collection of tweets, Sherry Rehman stated the ‘Tabahi Sarkar’ was creating one disaster after one other.

“Petrol had turn into extinct final 12 months as effectively. Now, the All Pakistan Petrol Pumps Sellers Affiliation has introduced to close down petrol pumps throughout the nation on November 25,” she stated asking the federal government that how a lot it had acted upon suggestions of the petroleum fee on the final petrol disaster.

The senator stated the petroleum fee had raised questions relating to the Oil and Gasoline Regulatory Authority (OGRA) and advisable fixing costs for 30 days as an alternative of 15 days. The fee had requested for establishing a monitoring cell to keep away from future disaster, she maintained. She questioned that if the federal government had taken any motion in opposition to these concerned within the disaster even after the passage of 1 12 months.

Learn extra: Petrol pumps to stay closed throughout the nation on Nov 25

The PPP chief additionally requested if a case was taken up within the accountability courtroom in opposition to the previous particular assistant to the prime minister on petroleum. “They might say that accountability begins at dwelling. Now they suppose after taking resignation that accountability is finished. They swindle the lots creating a synthetic disaster in connivance with the mafias,” she stated.

Addressing a press convention, Federal Minister for Planning Asad Umar had stated in March that Prime Minister Imran Khan had requested the then particular assistant to the PM on petroleum Nadeem Babar to step down from his publish.

The resignation was sought following a probe carried out by the Federal Investigation Company within the petroleum disaster.

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