PESHAWAR: Qaumi Watan birthday party (QWP) has stated that Bus fast Transit (BRT) is a failed mega scheme because it has brought about wastage of big public money.
speakme at a information convention at Peshawar Press membership on Tuesday, QWP chief Sikandar Khan Sherpao stated that the celebration could move court docket against the government if any harm become prompted to people as a result of PRT task.
He said that government failed to complete the assignment timely notwithstanding announcing numerous closing dates.
Sikandar Sherpao warns to transport courtroom against government in case of any untoward incident
The QWP chief said that the PTI government lacked expertise so it became causing big losses to the public exchequer.
He said work on BRT assignment were initiated without any right feasibility file and its layout become changed generally that delivered to miseries of human beings and caused loss of presidency price range.
He stated that QWP had objected to spending billions of rupees at the BRT assignment at unique instances however the government become least troubled to improve its overall performance.
Mr Sherpao said that auditor general of Pakistan and provincial inspection crew had pinpointed irregularities in the task but no movement became taken towards the people concerned in the wrongdoings.
He stated no person changed into there to ensure transparency in such projects. He said that BRT changed into a check case for NAB to at ease the general public money and take action against the human beings worried in the corrupt practices. He said that obligation must be constant at the project’s planners for the loss of large price range.
“The undertaking destroyed all the plants and greenbelts which had been constructed for the town’s beautification,” the QWP chief said. He added government turned into liable for the misuse of public cash.
He stated that QWP would circulate court docket towards if untoward incident passed off thanks to the BRT scheme. He stated that the task had become a daunting challenge for provincial government to finish in spite of pronouncing new deadlines.
published in , July tenth, 2019