NEA has directed to return more than Rs 125 million against the law
It has been found that the Nepal Telecommunication Authority has given more advance payment to complete its projects against the law.
It has been found that the NEA has paid more in advance for various projects than mentioned in the Rural Telecommunication Development Fund, Regulations, 2068 BS.
It has been found that Rs. 125.1 million has been paid to three service providers during the project payment from the Rural Telecommunication Development Fund.
The 58th Annual Report of the Auditor General states that NEA has paid more than mentioned in the Telecommunication Development Fund, Regulations, 2068 BS. Instructions have also been given to return the overpaid amount.
According to the regulations, the selected service provider has to pay 20 percent of the total grant amount for the initial financial facility.
As the facility is a financial facility provided to operate in advance, it should be given on the basis of the amount of value added tax. From the Rural Telecommunication Development Fund, Rs.
The Auditor General has mentioned that Prakiran has illegally paid Rs.