A preliminary inquiry report on the complaints of irregularities and illegal recruitments in KP Oil and Gas Company Limited (KPOGCL), a subsidiary of Energy and Power, department has been handed over to the HR Committee for further action, while after transparently hearing the stance of all the employees under the allegations.
The final report is directed to be submitted to the board after review. In this regard, a meeting of the 55th board of directors KPOGCL was held under the chairmanship of Chairman Board Khalid Majid. Secretary Power Nisar Ahmad Khan, Special Secretary Power Tashfeen Haider and other board members Additional Secretaries of Finance & Interior departments, President Sarhad Chamber of Commerce Muhammad Ishaq, Muhammad Yahya, Muhammad Ishaq Saqi, former bureaucrat Hifz ur Rehman and acting CEO KPOGCL Nasir Khan also participated in the meeting.
On this occasion, Company Secretary Shiraz Khan informed the board members about the preliminary inquiry report on the complaints of irregularities in the institution, after which after a long discussion and consultation, it was recommended to hand over the matter to the HR Committee.
In the meeting, important matters regarding the financial affairs of the company were approved.
In the meeting, it was also approved to give an annual increment to the employees of the company in proportion to the current inflation and a slight increase in the remuneration of the board officials.
Furthermore, Secretary Power Nisar Ahmad Khan emphasized to bring reforms to further improve the efficiency of the institution and reiterated his determination that the oil and gas deposits found in the province are valuable treasures for which more blocks should be discovered by conducting a survey in the province.
In the meeting, Chairman Board Khalid Majid said that the business model should be developed to further improve the performance of the company and the field staff should use modern methods to find oil and gas reserves, refrain from making unnecessary recruitments and regularly audit expenditures, he emphasized.