MP lauds Oil Ministry for fixing gas pipelines damaged in terrorist acts in shortest time

SHANA (Tehran) – A member of the Iranian Parliament's Industries and Mines Committee said on Sunday the repairing of gas transmission pipelines damaged in terrorist acts in the shortest time possible is a sign of the Oil Ministry’s “strong” and “intelligent” management in times of crisis.

Talking to SHANA on the recent sabotage, Farhad Tahmasebi called the terrorist attacks a “blind” act committed by elements affiliated to counterrevolutionary groups, which undoubtedly has no impact on the country’s economic and security.

The MP hailed the Oil Ministry for its efficient management, adding senior officials stepped in immediately and experts repaired the damaged lines as soon as possible to prevent any disruption to gas supply, particularly to the household sector.

“Our enemies are seeking to take revenge on people due to their inability,” said the lawmaker, adding the enemies have never succeeded and will not succeed in the future.

Two explosions struck the gas transmission pipelines at around 1 a.m. local time on Wednesday (2130 GMT), hitting the lines in Borujen, western province of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari, and Safa-Shahr, southern province of Fars.

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