LAHORE - National Assemblys Standing Committee on Women Development has instructed the Managing Director of Pakistan International Airlines to remove the pilot from service, who was involved in sexually harassing a female pilot at workplace. The Committee further asked the MD to implement Harassment at Workplace Act 2010 in the Airlines, sources in the National Assembly said here Thursday. As per details, a lady pilot had complained to the National Assembly Committee that two pilots allegedly had harassed her sexually. She also complained to the MD PIA about her problem, but the management of the Airlines remained unmoved. She knocked at the door of the Standing Committee for the redressal of her grievances. The Committee made good number of hearings of the case of the lady pilot, and listened to the both parties, the complainant and accused, and found the accused guilty. Though the PIA MD tried to defend his peer pilots and influence the inquiry proceedings, but the Committee members had solid proofs to establish the crime and did not bother any pressure. The inquiry committee in its recommendations said that accused pilot Tariq Khosa might be removed from service and his contract which was going to be expired in May next might not be extended. It is worth mentioning here that the PIA and PTV are the top most institutions about whom the committee received maximum number of complaints of sexual harassment by the working women there, said sources in the National Assembly. When contacted the spokesman of PIA said that the Airlines management had not received official copy of the Standing Committee findings. As soon as the management received the official copy of findings it would take action against those responsible, he added.