The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has given a show-cause notice to the director of Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) on Tarbela-4 venture. Said venture has caused lost Rs. 100 billion on the national exchequer. Read Also: Wapda jobs online apply today
According to the sources, NEPRA was not happy with the administrator's clarification on the issue and dismissed WAPDA's answer. It at that point gave a show-cause notice on this issue.
The notification gets out the administrator and states that WAPDA's choice of untimely introduction of the Tunnel-4 Project prompted a colossal budgetary misfortune. The notification requests a clarification from the director and the position and on the off chance that they neglect to fulfill the power controller, they will confront a fine of Rs. 100 million.
Director WAPDA is relied upon to answer to the show-cause notice one week from now.
Leader Imran Khan had requested a request for the pre-adult introduction of Tunnel-4 of Tarbela Dam.
The examination report found that the date of introduction was declared without conference with M(P), CE(O&M), Adviser Projects WAPDA, and the PD T4HPP. Also, the date was chosen by the WAPDA Chairman as opposed to being chosen at an authoritative level.
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The report recognized a complete loss of US$753 million (over Rs. 100 billion) in the execution of the task and these misfortunes happened due to genuine shortcomings coming about because of untimely introduction in March 2018.
WAPDA Chairman contends that the examination report did not depend on actualities. He said that the introduction choice was taken according to 'business facilitated plan for' June 2017 and was done in concurrence with the three partners, experts, manager, and contractual worker.