Sugar Commission Report Public after approval of federal Cabinet

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Sugar commission report has been publicized after the approval of the federal Cabinet. The government has released the final report of the commission investigating the Federal Investigation Agency’s (FIA) investigation into the sugar crisis, which includes the names of Jahangir Tareen, Monis Elahi, Shahbaz Sharif, and his family, Omni Group and Khusro Bakhtiar’s brother Omar Shahriar.

The forensic audit report recommended the registration of criminal cases against those involved in the sugar scandal while the report suggested that the recovery amount be distributed among the affected sugarcane farmers.

In this regard, Special Assistant for Accountability Shehzad Akbar said that the commission has blamed the sugar crisis on the regulators whose negligence caused the crisis and increased the price. The sugar commission report recommended that the cases be referred to NAB, FIA, and anti-corruption. After Eid, recommendations will be prepared on the instructions of the Prime Minister.

After the meeting of the Federal Cabinet, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister for Accountability Shehzad Akbar in a press conference along with Information Minister Senator Shibli Faraz said that today is a very important day in the history of the country.

 Shehzad Akbar said that the Prime Minister and the Cabinet have decided to make the inquiry report public. We should appreciate this historic day. We are moving in the right direction.

The Special Assistant said that recommendations would be prepared after Eid on the directive of the Prime Minister. No one’s name has been added to the Exit Control List (ECL) yet. If any investigative body says so, the Cabinet will consider adding the name to the ECL.

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