Petrol Conspiracy

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(added few years ago!)
When all else fails, its a favorite pastime of Pakistanis to throw all the blames to the conspiracy of hidden hands. Pick any crisis of any magnitude and you will hear the cries of ‘Conspiracy’ everywhere. This has become an established norm here in the fatherland. Federal Petroleum Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has said that an investigation team formed to probe petrol crisis had presented its report to Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif, which held the Oil & Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) responsible for fuel crisis. OGRA blames ministry of petroleum bureaucrats for their refusal to listen to their warnings. Petroleum secretary blames finance ministry for not releasing the funds, and finance ministry has rested the matter by using the tried and test tool of putting the blame to conspiracy.
Petrol Conspiracy
This is such a lame excuse and this blame volley game between ministries shows that Prime Minister is not doing his job properly. He needs to get out of his slumber. He is the top manager and he needs to tighten his grip on the middle managers who are ministers. This is not the time to be lazy. Nawaz Sharif has to work on war-footings to govern this country but he seems very laid back and kind of lethargic. Imran Khan is always there to knock them down, and now PPP is also flexing its muscle as they see this regime in tatters. PPP opposition leader Khurshid Shah says that Prime Minister Mian Nawaz Sharif is responsible for the crisis as he himself oversees each matter. Every anchor in the town has got perfect and golden chance to stab at government and for PTI its a Godsend gift. PML-N is in very deep trouble and Nawaz Sharif is not realizing it or if he is, he perhaps has given up.
Blog post Written by Sameer Shaharyar and you can visit the original article at
Tags : Petrol, Conspiracy, Fails, Government, Pakistan, Punjab, Nawaz Sharif, PML-N, Ministry, PSO, Oil, Gas, Blame, OGRA, Petroleum, Lazy, PPP, Khurshid Shah, PTI, Imran Khan

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