ISLAMABAD- The meeting of Ministers' Committee on reinstatement of sacked workers of public sector Monday ended without any result due to absence of key officials and incomplete information given by various entities. The meeting, which was attended by three federal ministers, was informed that the big organisations like Petroleum, Pakistan International Airlines and Sui Northern Gas have not yet provided complete information regarding their sacked employees. The Finance Minister, Syed Naveed Qamar, who headed the Committee, directed that in future attendance of all the Members be ensured, adding that availability of relevant information be completed during next committee meeting. The Ministers' Committee has been formed to consider re-instatement of sacked workers of Public Sector Organizations/Corporations during the year 1996-97. The committee also observed that the information provided so far was incomplete, therefore, fresh information on a proforma (Complete in all respect) should be collected from the Ministries/Divisions. It was also observed that those who were sacked from services during 1996-97 on grounds (other than the disciplinary ones) should be shown separately. The Committee advised each Ministry and Division to ensure availability of required information within the shortest possible time before the next meeting. The Committee further advised that legal aspects of sacked employees cases be thoroughly examined by Ministry of Law and Justice, adding that Ministry of Finance may work out the total financial impact. The Committee directed all Ministries and Divisions to attend next meeting along with their Managing Directors, having complete details of sacked employees during the year 1996-97. The meeting attended by Minister of Housing and Works, Rahmatullah Kakar, Minister for Labour and Manpower, Khurhid Ali Shah, Salman Farooqi, Dy. Chairman Planning Commission and other senior government officials.