PIA’s 10-year financial documents summoned by Auditor General for review

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has been asked to submit its financial documents for the last ten years for review by the Auditor General of Pakistan (AGP).

The decision to retrieve these documents was made on the directives of the Supreme Court of Pakistan after the Auditor General shed some light on the disclosures made by the national carrier.

According to the office of the Auditor General, PIA received a sum of Rs31 billion from the commerce ministry, whereas the amount disclosed by the management of the firm stood at Rs23.565 billion.

Similarly, as per the AG, PIA received a sum of Rs177.23 million from the finance ministry, but the amount disclosed stood at Rs175.086 million on paper.

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