A senior official yesterday denied that initial findings of an investigation concerning the embattled Inland Revenue chief had been leaked by the Government to the media. After phoning a radio programme, Secretary for Civil Service Lam Woon-kwong said the administration had made no leak on Wong Ho-sang's case, and that it wanted to avoid a trial by media. Mr Wong, the Commissioner for Inland Revenue, is likely to discover his fate this week after an investigation into alleged conflicts of interest. An inquiry report, understood to say he handled files in his wife's taxation company, is due to appear. Mr Lam called the Commercial Radio morning talk show Teacup in A Storm after host Raymond Wong Yuk-man accused the Government of disclosing to some newspapers last week that Mr Wong was considered to have breaching his department's internal guidelines. 'A number of newspapers report that Mr Wong was found to have breached the guidelines of the department. It is likely that the Government has briefed the media on that,' Raymond Wong said. Mr Lam stressed the Government was still studying Wong Ho-sang's response, submitted on Saturday. 'We cannot comment on it due to legal and moral reasons,' he said. The tax chief failed to declare his interest in J. Enterprise Agency, which owns his flat in Blue Pool Road, Happy Valley, and the office of the firm of his wife, Josephine Cheng Lai-yung, in Hennessy Road, Wan Chai.