The government bureau has affirmed setting up a commission to examine the petroleum deficiency in the nation.

The foundation of the advisory group was reported by Information Minister Shibli Faraz in a question and answer session Tuesday evening.

Faraz said the bureau has endorsed the constitution of a commission to ask into the reasons for petroleum lack a month ago. He said the commission will offer suggestions to guarantee that such a circumstance doesn’t create in future.

It will be chosen later who will head the commission and who its individuals will be, it was chosen in Tuesday’s bureau meeting, which was led by Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Wheat and sugar were talked about. The clergyman said wheat is being provided to the flour factories in Punjab and the common government is giving Rs16 billion in appropriations. He, notwithstanding, said that the private and open divisions have been coordinated to import wheat to meet the deficiency of 1.5 million tons of wheat.

On the COVID-19 circumstance, Faraz said the pattern of the cases had significantly declined because of the administration’s viable savvy lockdown strategy.

He, in any case, cautioned that thoughtlessness during Eidul Azha will again raise coronavirus cases and encouraged individuals to carefully keep the standard working methods.

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