LAHORE: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has completed a forensic audit of the sugar scandal, which has revealed billions of rupees in tax fraud.
According to Express News, the FIA has completed a forensic audit of the Sugar scandal, the report of which will be sent to Prime Minister Imran Khan in the next few days. The statements of the Sugar Mill management have also been made part of the record.
FIA sources say that for the first time in the investigation of any scandal, a forensic audit has been carried out, in which big revelations have come to light. The sugar mafia is associated with all major political parties. This mafia is not a policy till date. Other institutions, including the State Bank and the Competition Commission, are also involved. When the investigation began, they all became one. Several officers of the Commission of Inquiry were threatened with dire consequences and offered crores of rupees.
Sources said that the sugar mafia also exploits the farmers, many of them do not pay billions of rupees for many years after buying sugarcane from the farmers, due to which the farmers are forced to sell sugarcane.
FIA sources say that billions of rupees are earned by selling bagasse powder, molasses and gar from the sugar-making process. Apart from sugarcane, other products are also being sold abroad. Sugar mill owners also made billions of rupees from sugar making as well as other products made from sugarcane during this process but most of the sugar mill owners do not keep records of the sale of these items, billions in taxes on the sale of these items Fraud is committed, triple entries were also made in various banks by the sugar mill owners during the forensic audit. What caused the theft?
FIA sources say that the sugar mafia earns Rs 10 to 15 per kg even after deducting all the expenses. There is no need to give subsidy to the sugar mafia. The amount of subsidy given is cheaper if the government imports it itself.