ISLAMABAD: The federal cabinet has approved to make public the inquiry report related to the power sector, media reported on Tuesday.
The report is being made public on the instructions of Prime Minister Imran Khan.
As per details, the report has held responsible those who were involved in corruption and corrupt practices including some government officials. The PM has expressed the resolve that no powerful lobby will be able to profiteer at the expense of public money.
Earlier, the reports of the inquiry committees tasked to probe sugar and wheat crises in the country were made public on the directives of the prime minister.
The PM had constituted two high-powered committees under Director General Federal Investigation Agency and comprising a senior officer of Intelligence Bureau and DG Anti Corruption Establishment Punjab to investigate the causes behind the crises and price hike of the said commodities.
After the formation of the said committees, the prime minister had repeatedly resolved to expose and penalize those found responsible for the sugar and wheat crises to avoid the recurrence of such acts.
Soon after release of the inquiry report, a major reshuffle was initiated and portfolios of various ministers were changed. The National Accountability Bureau also started investigations into the matter.