ISLAMABAD - In a shocking disclosure, Federal Minister for Production Anwar Ali Cheema on Tuesday said that government was unable to run Pakistan Steel Mills (PSM) as corruption was rampant there so it should be privatised. He said that PSM could not be operated by the government and should be handed over to private sector. He acknowledged this while talking to media persons herein the premises of the ministry. The minister said that half of its employees out of 21,000 workers were burden on the PSM. Recent audit has exposed hefty corruption worth millions of rupees in both industries of tools and ceramics and their cases had been referred to Federal Investigation Agency (FIA). He also informed that a special audit was in process while two subsidiary industries of tools and ceramics Gujranwala had gone through the entire process of audit just completed which had initially disclosed colossal corruption worth Rs 530 million where Chief Executive Officer (CEO) was found involved in it. He, however, announced that audit of two more organisations had been completed while remaining would had to face audit soon. Over a question, Cheema also declared that he had submitted his written recommendation pertaining to the replacement of PSM CEO, board and administration.