Pakistan Television Corporation is in the midst of a crisis after the board suspended the Managing Director and IHC suspended Chairman Naeem Bukhari. The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Thursday stopped Pakistan Television (PTV) Chairman Naeem Bukhari from performing his duties and directed the information ministry to again send a summary to the cabinet for appointment to the post in light of the Supreme Court’s judgment. On Jan 1, the PTV board charge-sheeted and suspended Manzoor for “exercising powers beyond prescribed limits.” According to the reports, PTV’s board of directors took the decision to suspend Manzoor at a meeting presided over by Bokhari. The ministry sources confirm that Naeem Bukhari is out and Amir Manzoor MD (suspended) is back. It does not stop there as the two newly appointed directors Asghar Nadeem Saeed and Wasim Raza also shown the door in the new recommendation to the Cabinet. The constitution of the Board again stands incomplete and fresh Board will now be reconstituted. The state broadcaster is without the Formal Board, the current MD is suspended by the board and chairman is suspended by the Court. The source from Bukhari camp mentions that he is expected to knock the door of the Supreme Court to take it to the final conclusion. The summary would get approved in the next cabinet meeting or by circulation and will be submitted to IHC.