The Supreme Court (SC) has constituted a commission comprising Justice (Retd.) Rehmat Hussain Jafri to probe and submit report on Rental Power Plants (RPP). The decision to constitute commission for making a probe in RPPs was taken during hearing of suo moto case on Wednesday. The commission will submit its report within four weeks. The Supreme Court, expressed its dissatisfaction over the performance of accountability process in certain departments and remarked that none of the accountability department was doing its job in accordance with the needs. The SC observed that Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) is simply not interested in any of its functions. Those who should be probed are being appointed secretaries and all the inquiries sent by the court are pending, observed the court. Those who mean business are sent to Gilgit-Baltistan (GB). Chief Justice of Pakistan, Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry said that if FIA did not take interest in the case, the matter can be referred to the National Accountability Bureau (NAB). The closure of Nandipur and Chichukimalian power projects loss must be ascertained, directed the court. Non-completion of projects indicate negligence on the part of the government, said the court. Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) leader, Khawaja Asif told the court that, closure of afore-said power projects incurred a loss of Rs 8 billion to national exchequer. Responding to the allegations, Deputy Attorney General Shoaib Shaheen said the government has fulfilled its responsibilities. He blamed the management of the RPPs for not starting the production. Of the 19 rental power projects (RPPs) that the government has committed to, only one has come online as scheduled, adding only 62 megawatts of electricity to the national grid compared to the planned 2,700MW, according to a report by the Auditor-General of Pakistan released earlier this year. The auditors report recommended finding out who in the government was responsible for awarding rental power contracts without screening the capabilities and track records of companies bidding for the projects.