Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) has been directed to decide the issuance of licenses of 65 CNG stations fall in different categories of completion as per decision of the government. The direction was issued by members of National Assembly Standing Committee on Petroleum and Natural Resources in a meeting held here on Wednesday under the chairmanship of Engineer Muhammad Tariq Khattak, MNA. The committee directed the Chairman OGRA to convey the report on the issue of fake degree of the officials working in the authority. The committee unanimously recommended that the prices of fuel products should be fixed on monthly basis instead of weekly. The committee directed the Punjab Police DIG representing the IGP Punjab to extend full cooperation to the SNGPL official while taking action against the illegal connections and also directed to ensure the presence of IGP Punjab in the next meeting to come up with the report on 310 FIRS lodge against the theft of gas. The committee provided a performa relating to recruitment with the direction to fill it and return to the committee from the all allied departments of Ministry of Petroleum and Natural resources. The meeting was attended by MNAs Nawab Ali Wasan, Khurram Jehangir Wattoo, Jamshaid Ahmed Dasti, Ch. Asghar Ali Jatt, Nawab Muhammad Yusuf Talpur, Syed Anayat Ali Shah, Sheikh Aftab Ahmad Ch. Muhammad Barjees Tahir, Rana Afzal Hussain, Rana Muhammad Ishaq Khan, Ahmadan Khan Bugti, Begum Shehnaz Sheikh and Abdul Waseem.