CAA purchased Rs1.1 bn worth radars without ECNEC permission


Civil Aviation Authority or CAA purchased radars worth billion without the permission of the Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC).

CAA procured Rs1.1 bn worth radars without taking ECNEC approval. According to sources, the contract was executed by ELDIS Pardubice, Czech Republic and CNS Engineering Director for the commissioning, installation, and provision of the co-mounted Monopulse Secondary Surveillance Radar (MSSR).

MSSR will be mounted at Rojhan, Pasni Lak pass, and New Islamabad International Airport.

According to points of interest, the acquirement included outside trade segment of $7.5 million, which was more than 25 percent of the Free on Rail (FOR) contract. Consequently, endorsement of the ECNEC was required. Reports additionally uncovered that the expert got endorsed the acquirement from the CAA Board/Development Working Party, that is not a competent forum in such manner.

According to the letter of planning and development division, autonomous institutions whether business or non-business are skilled to authorize their improvement plans with 100 percent self-financing with no guarantee of government and including under 25 percent foreign assistance / foreign exchange.


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