The Auditor General of Pakistan has detected serious irregularities and irregularities of more than 3 billion 4935 million rupees in the three-year audit of the Tehreek-e-Insaf government’s flagship 10 billion tree tsunami project.
On behalf of the Auditor General, the expenditure of Rs. 1 billion 259 million has been declared suspicious and the expenditure of Rs. 982.9 million has been declared fictitious and fake and action has also been suggested against those responsible.
According to the reports, the auditors have declared the expenditure of one billion 25 crore 90 lakh rupees as suspicious and the expenditure of 98 crore 29 lakh rupees as fictitious and fake. About one billion 25 crore 16 lakh expenses have been declared illegal and unnecessary.
The report exposes fake, fraud and over-reporting of real achievements.
According to the documents, enclosures of the erstwhile Billion Tree Tsunami Project spread over 16,953 hectares in various circles were shown as part of the 10 Billion Tree Tsunami, which caused a loss of Rs 30.55 crore to the national exchequer.
According to reports, fake and excessive reporting was done in Chitral, Dir Kohistan, Lower Dir, Malakand, Kunhar Watershed, Unhar Watershed Forest Division.
The audit report recommended immediate recovery of Rs 15.53 crore along with a high-level inquiry against those responsible while holding the entire chain of command responsible for the loss and recommended exposing it. has been done