ISLAMABAD: The Auditor General of Pakistan has uncovered Rs 502 billion defilement and abnormalities in many services and their subordinate divisions.
The auditor general has revealed that because of infringement of standards, directions, rule of legitimacy and honor out in the open operations national exchequer needed to tolerate Rs 15.8 billion misfortunes because of misrepresentation. Then again, lost Rs 1.7 billion was accounted for because of misappropriation, robberies and abuse of open assets. Rs 257.5 billion were squandered because of bookkeeping blunders and shortcoming of inside control frameworks, services were denied of Rs 210 billion and there were a few cases in which services neglected to recuperate their duty and made excessive charges to different gatherings as a consequence of which Rs 14 billion were trapped.
The review report of money related year 2014-15 uncovered abnormalities and debasement cases worth Rs 391 billion, Rs 26 million in aeronautics division, Rs 11.89 billion in Benazir Income Support Program, Rs 112 million in Cabinet Division, Rs 41.139 million in Capital Administration Division, Rs 1.25 million in Election Commission, Rs 157.4 million in Establishment Division, Rs 3.37 billion in FATA Secretariat, Rs 54.8 million in the Education Ministry, Rs 1.39 billion in Higher Education Commission, Rs 170 million in the Interior Ministry, Rs 123.9 million in between commonplace Coordination Ministry, Rs 30.7 million in Law Ministry, Rs 14.7 million in NAB, Rs 23.4 million in Planning and Development Ministry, Rs 15.5 million in petroleum Ministry, Rs 262 billion in Ports and Shipping Ministry, Rs 46 million in Privatization Commission, Rs 8.55 billion in Religious Affairs Ministry, Rs 37.5 million in Statistics Division and Rs 6 million in Water and Power Ministry. The report has been sent to the Public Accounts Committee for scrutiny and investigation.