Foreign funding, PTI hid more than 31 crore donations report | thecapitaldebates | latest news

The scrutiny committee set up by the Election Commission in the foreign funding case raised questions on the PTI's audit firm.

Foreign funding, PTI hid more than 31 crore donations report | thecapitaldebates | latest news
Foreign funding, PTI hid more than 31 crore donations report | thecapitaldebates | latest news

According to the report documents of the scrutiny committee available with Urdu News, the committee stated that the PTI's audit report did not meet the standards of accounting and did not disclose the bank accounts in the declaration submitted by the party to the Election Commission. The party disclosed 12 bank accounts to the Election Commission and withheld 53 accounts.

According to the contents of the report, PTI donations of more than Rs. 31 crore are not disclosed in the Election Commission. According to the details submitted to the Election Commission, from 2008 to 2013, PTI disclosed Rs. According to SBP details, PTI received donations of Rs 1.64 billion during this period.

The contents of the scrutiny committee said that PTI had provided false information to the Election Commission regarding party funds.

"It is clear that the PTI's chartered accountant did not reconcile the bank statements of the PTI accounts during the period under review," the report said.

The report said that Rs 25.89 million was not disclosed in 2009-10, Rs 61.185 million was not disclosed during 2010-11 while Rs 85.8 million was disclosed in 2011-12. On Tuesday, the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) had requested the Election Commission not to make public the report of the scrutiny committee in the prohibited funding case.

PTI lawyer Shah Khawar said that the report is for the parties only and should be given to them.

PTI lawyer Shah Khawar said, "Let the process of scrutiny of the accounts of other parties be completed. Those reports are also in the final stage. After that, let's all see together."

The Chief Election Commissioner said that not all reports can be collected, copies of the report are given to all parties.

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