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640 million to the national exchequer due to misuse of authority and devouring of government funds.
The board accorded approval for filing of reference against Tariq Hameed, former Chairman WAPDA ,Mohammad Anwar Khalid, former Member Power WAPDA, Mohammad Mushtaq, former Member Water WAPDA , Imtiaz Anjum, former Member Finance WAPDA and others for misuse of authority and award of contract to150MW Rental Power Project to M/s General Energy Pvt Limited in violation of NEPRA, PPRA and ECC rules thus causing billion of rupees loss to national exchequer.
Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury, Robert Jenrick, said: As Exchequer Secretary, I am delighted to carry on this governments fantastic work to boost productivity, deliver better infrastructure and maximise the potential for our country.
76 billion loss to the national exchequer through the embezzlement in the Sindh government's campaign on electronic media.
Thus caused a loss of millions of rupees to the national exchequer.
In light of this it would be better to put an end to this farce, scrap the charges and fund the whole project from the Exchequer.
HM Treasury on Tuesday revealed that the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, has announced that the British government will publish its next Budget on 16 March 2016.
In this case, the accused person is alleged for misuse of authority and embezzlement of funds, that causing loss to the national exchequer.
Once our government comes to power, we will see it that the burden on the state exchequer does not increase.
The government estimates that a one per cent cut to employer National Insurance rates will cost the Exchequer PS4.
it is interesting to read the financial advice being directed at the Chancellor of the Exchequer by such eminent experts as Ed Balls and Ed Miliband.