Tabish Gauhar resigns as SAPM.

ISLAMABAD -- Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Power and Petroleum Tabish Gauhar announced on Tuesday that he had resigned from the post, almost a year after his appointment.

In a tweet, the former special assistant thanked Prime Minister Imran Khan for the opportunity to serve Pakistan, calling it the "privilege of lifetime".

Tabish Gauhar said that despite a number of challenges in the energy sector, he had no doubt that under the leadership of Hammad Azhar, the Ministry of Energy will "continue to stay the course on structural reforms".

'After a year of public service, I've decided to call it a day to return to my family. It's been the privilege of a lifetime to serve the country, to the best of my abilities, in an honorary capacity. I shall remain indebted to the PM for giving me this opportunity' he tweeted.

'Whilst the challenges in the energy sector are manifold, I have no doubt that under the able...

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