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The audit report released by the Auditor General of Pakistan has revealed that financial irregularities of more than 1 billion rupees have been committed in the funds of the Balochistan Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) during the year 2021-22.
The audit report of PDMA Balochistan for the financial year 2021-22 revealed that in the financial year 2020-21 a budget of more than 2 billion 34 crore rupees was allocated for the department, of which PDMA’s More than 2 billion was spent by
According to the audit report, 849.99 million rupees were reported in procurement, 21.30 million in financial mismanagement, 8.22 million in personnel management and more than 70 million in other cases.
According to the report, more than one and a half billion rupees were spent by the PDMA, focusing more on post-disaster works instead of pre-disaster arrangements.
In the report of the Auditor General of Pakistan, financial irregularities of more than 1 billion 15 crore rupees have been identified, 1 billion 26 crore from the relief account, 98 million from the rescue and protection account, from the Balochistan Disaster Management Fund account. More than 18.15 million rupees were spent.
The audit report says that PDMA has illegally procured 340 thousand N95 masks worth Rs. Extinguishing motorcycles, voiceless communication has generated over 11.9 million unscrupulous purchases.
According to the report, more than 8.5 million rupees were spent on the purchase of tents, 6.5 million rupees on the purchase of snow removal equipment and more than 62.22 million rupees were spent on moving people from Taftan to Quetta and other areas.
The report said that more than 1 crore 44 lakh was spent on purchase of disinfection solution, more than 1 crore on purchase of oxygen cylinders, more than 90 lakh on repair of trucks and 70 lakh on rescue suit. was more than 100 cases.
According to the Auditor General’s report, more than 49 lakh rupees were spent on the purchase of laptops and other equipment during the Corona virus, while 7 crore 76 lakh rupees were allocated from the Balochistan Disaster Management Fund.
The audit report has also included recommendations for recovery of more than 9 crore rupees, while more than 326.2 million rupees were paid for purchases, more than 19.39 million rupees were made without the approval of the concerned authorities.