ISLAMABAD Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has directed the Establishment Division to furnish a complete list within two days of all those NRO beneficiaries who are presently holding various positions in government offices. Sources in the Government informed that the decision to this effect was taken following the withdrawal of notification of Adnan A Khawaja as Chairman Oil and Gas Development Company Limited (OGDCL) on the direction of the Supreme Court of Pakistan as he was a NAB convict. As during the course of hearing an impression was drawn that Prime Minister Gilani had shown extra interest in the appointment of Adnan A Khawaja as Chairman OGDCL. Sources further informed that the matter of such follies on part of the Government also figured in the meeting held at Presidency on Friday night, which was co-chaired by President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Gilani. The Prime Minister was given the mandate to deal the governance issues with full authority and remove all such things which he considered coming in the way of smooth sailing of the Government already confronted with host of problems and challenges. Sources in the Prime Minister Secretariat informed TheNation that Premier Gilani was determined to remove all such bureaucrats who were NRO beneficiary and they would be asked to first clear themselves of the cases and till that time they would not be allowed to hold lucrative slots in the government. Besides so many government functionaries falling in the line, Prime Minister Gilani came under severe criticism for giving priced slots to two of his jail inmates who had taken benefit under the NRO. Sources in the Government informed that it was also decided in the high-level meeting held at the Presidency that the Government would not adopt collision course with any of the state institutions including apex judiciary and all the orders of Supreme Court of Pakistan would be complied with in true letter and spirit. Having the complete backing of President Zardari and party top leadership Prime Minister Gilani would spruce up his governance and at first stage would remove all such bureaucrats who had secured benefit under NRO or were convicted by the court of law. PM Gilani had made it clear that he would not tolerate any mismanagement and delinquency on part of the bureaucracy in future. Sources in the Government further informed that in the coming days a number of heads would roll as Prime Minister was in no mood to show leniency to those bureaucrats who had benefited from the NRO.