Stories Tagged 'Pappu construction'
Pappu Construction, currently under government scrutiny for failing to complete a large number of infrastructure projects within the prescribed deadlines, is all set to get another high profile contract.
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Pappu Construction, the contractor which has come under heavy government scrutiny for its poor performance in multiple government construction contracts, has been found dilly-dallying with the construction of a bridge across the Kankai River, even though the company undertook the construction project seven years ago.
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A committee formed by the Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport to look into the bridge projects contracted by Pappu Construction has found that the company is building four bridges by violating the approved designs.
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The government has launched an investigation against Pappu Construction after a flurry of complaints against the contracting company. A five-member probe committee began the investigation from Sunday after many complaints were lodged that the roads and bridges constructed by the company were sub-standard and most of the projects contracted to it were in disarray.
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Government officials and engineers familiar with Pappu Construction’s past and ongoing contracts told the Post that the company’s portfolio continues to grow while the firm makes little or no progress on existing projects, raising questions about the lawmaker’s use of political clout to win government bids while he operates with impunity, avoids accountability for the firm’s negligence, and evades inquiries and penalties for incomplete and delayed projects.
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Mid-Hill Highway (Eastern) project has threatened to terminate contract with Pappu Construction and blacklist the firm if the contractor failed to expedite works for two bridges in Sindhuli.
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