The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has directed the Ministry of Housing to redeem a cemetery that has been included in a housing society in the Tamma Morian area of the federal capital.
A PAC meeting chaired by using MNA Noor Alam Khan on Thursday stated that a court of regulation had ordered the Islamabad Club and the housing ministry no longer to encompass the cemetery inside the housing scheme.
“This order has, but, no longer been applied,” Khan stated. PAC later ordered the Ministry of Housing to make certain that the cemetery isn’t encroached on.
At the meeting, attended with the aid of the senior officials of the relevant authorities establishments and contributors of the cupboard division, the audit file for 2019-20 became discussed.
The audit officials knowledgeable PAC that stated that the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA), the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA), the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) and the Frequency Allocation Board (FAB) had no longer supplied them with their information for audit.The parliament’s duty frame directed the regulators—OGRA, the PTA, Nepra and FAB—to offer their records to the Auditor General of Pakistan by using Monday and Tuesday.
Speaking at the event, a PAC member, Sheikh Ruhail Asghar, said all of the establishments should get their accounts audited without hesitation. Regulatory government must recognise their obligations, he stated.
Khan said this affect have to quit that a few businesses can not be audited. “We have taken an oath. We will take action if all and sundry makes a fake statement here. We cannot make compromises right here.”
The cupboard secretary stated they’ve continually fulfilled their responsibilities under the Constitution and regulation and could keep to achieve this inside the future. Khan stated the audit department isn’t an anti-kingdom organization. “Under the Constitution, every authorities organization is sure to have its money owed audited,” he stated.
The NEPRA leader advised the committee that the strength regulator has were given its audit carried out.
“We have most effective approached the high court concerning some statistics,” he said, including that the court docket’s injunction remains in location until the statistics is furnished.
The PAC chief said the cabinet division secretary should instruct the NEPRA chairman to request the court docket to problem an injunction concerning provision of records for audit. The secretary confident the PAC chairman that he could clear up the matter and put up a record to the committee.
Noor Alam Khan said there should be no ban on putting in Pakistan State Oil (PSO) petrol pumps everywhere inside the u . S . A ., together with Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (K-P). He paid tribute to the Power Division for healing of Rs90 billion on PAC directives.