Wheat worth Rs 7 billion goes missing from warehouse
Wheat worth Rs 7 billion goes missing from warehouse

Karachi: Pakistan 's anti-corruption body, the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), has revealed in a report that it has revealed that 1 lakh 64 thousand 797 metric tons worth 5 billion 35 crore 50 lakh Pakistani rupees from government warehouses in Sindh province. Wheat found missing. According to the report of a news channel of Pakistan, NAB had started nine investigations in nine districts of Sindh to catch manipulation and theft of government wheat worth Rs 15 billion 85 crore.

As part of the investigation, the teams raided the government warehouses in nine districts. During the raid, it was found that 1 lakh 64 thousand 797 metric tonnes of wheat worth Rs 5 billion 35 crore 50 lakh is not present from the government godowns. The NAB report said that in the case of disappearance of wheat, the concerned officials and employees of the Food Department, accepting their mistake, returned 2 billion 11 crore 20 lakh rupees through 'Plei Bargain'.

NAB said that during investigation, it was found that 22 thousand metric tons of wheat worth Rs 74 crore 56 lakh 80 thousand was not transported to Karachi godowns from nine districts of Sakkhar, Larkana and Benazirabad divisions of Sindh. The anti-corruption body NAB said that the Food Department officer and many others have been found involved in this wheat scam and theft. Four cases have been registered against them and cases will also be registered.

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