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Auditor General recommends loss of Radar Project be recovered from officers responsible

The loss incurred to the government via the Gongala Radar Project belonging to the Meteorology Department should be recovered from the officers held accountable, declared the Auditor General, after reviewing a 12 year-old meteorological initiative launched at a cost of Rs. 402,800,000 only to meet total failure.

The project which is in its total collapse has currently been handed over to army officials for their temporary use.

Equipment worth Rs. 9,100,000 brought in for the project have been misplaced and their value has been cited as Rs. 4,900,000 slashing millions from the original value, the Auditor General’s report revealed, adding that the parties responsible for these actions have not yet been identified.

Accordingly, the Auditor General has recommended that the officials who should be held accountable for this failed project as well as for the missing equipment and the huge money spent must be identified and the loss incurred be recovered from them.

MIAP

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