‘Haphazard’ supply of pumps, subcontracting by Surendra underlines bad decision – Ramjattan

The haphazard supply of pumps and fittings from the Indian company, Surendra under an $800m contract is clear evidence that the job should not have gone to it, AFC Leader Khemraj Ramjattan has said.

In an interview with Stabroek News, Ramjattan noted that “It is a convention with India and China that money lent by them, when they give you money they expect you to have the parts for a project provided by them through their businesses and manufacturers… you don’t take Japanese money and run to Tanzania to fix it up.”

The government is yet to provide clear information on the supply of the pumps and where  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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