The federal cabinet has approved action against oil marketing companies and petroleum dealers.
According to sources, the federal cabinet has approved the partial implementation of the commission report after a delay of three and a half months.
Sources said that contrary to the report of the commission, other officers including Secretary Petroleum were spared from the action.
The Commission of Inquiry imposed responsibility on several officers including the Secretary Petroleum.
According to sources, the federal cabinet has also directed amendments in the required laws and rules and regulations.
In the light of the directives of the federal cabinet, the OGRA law will also be reviewed.
According to sources, the petrol crisis in June last year caused a loss of more than Rs 25 billion to the national exchequer.