Senate body recommends enquiry against damage, repair of GT-14


The Senate Standing Committee on Power observed that the report for the repair and damage of GT-14 (747 MW-Block -V) was not submitted and remained concealed by the Power division.

The Power Committee met on Thursday to determine the responsible for the repair work of GT -14 (747 MW-Block-V).

Upon repeated directions by the Chairman Committee, the inquiry report was tabled. The Committee noted that the Inquiry report regarding the damage and repair of GT-14 (747 ME-Block-V) was incomplete in terms of its commercial and legal aspects covered in its ToRs.

The Committee observed that the inquiry Committee was lacking the capacity to prepare report, therefore the Committee unanimously decided and recommended that a new inquiry Committee may be constituted on mutual consultation, without conflict of interest, outside GENCO of high-level experts (National or International.

The Committee was also informed that a sum of $32 million has been designated for the repair and the Purchase Order of the same has also been issued by GENCO-II.

The Chairman Committee expressed astonishment on the fact that how come a purchase order has been issued when the responsible for the damage.

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