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JK govt sets Feb-end as deadline for completion of balance sheets of PSUs
1/30/2020 7:45:32 PM

Jammu, Jan 30 (PTI) The Jammu and Kashmir government has set a deadline of February-end for completion of pending balance sheets of all PSUs, autonomous bodies and societies of the union territory.

Eighteen public sector undertakings (PSUs) in Jammu and Kashmir have remained in ''red'' over the decades, suffering losses to the tune of over Rs 191 crore over the last two years.

All administrative secretaries and heads of PSUs, autonomous bodies and societies are directed to complete all pending statements of accounts and annual audits up to February-end, J&K Financial Commissioner Arun Kumar Mehta said in an order here.

The directions have been passed to HoDs (head of departments)and administrative secretaries on the directive of Lieutenant governor G C Murmu.

As per the direction, all PSUs, autonomous bodies have been asked to immediately constitute board of directors (BoD), update the list with registrar of companies and hold BoD meeting before February 15.

As per official figures, Jammu and Kashmir Cements Limited is leading the table of loss making PSUs with a loss of Rs 46.74 crore -- Rs 31.73 crore in 2016-17 and Rs 15.01 crore in 2017-18. Most of the PSUs are yet to finalise the previous year''s annual accounts.

However, two PSUs -- JK Minerals Limited and JK Projects Construction Corporation -- joined six other profit making PSUs in 2017-18 after registering losses in the previous financial year.

JK State Financial Corporation, on the other hand, posted a loss of 1.02 crore in 2016-17 as against a profit of Rs 45.73 lakh in 2015-16, becoming the 10th loss making PSU in the state, as per the figures collected by the Finance Department.

Many of the PSUs are running in losses for a very long time and the state government had to intervene with financial support to ensure regular salaries to the agitated employees.

The previous government in 2011 introduced a golden handshake scheme as part of efforts to revive sick PSUs under the administrative control of various departments.

Other major PSUs suffering losses include JK State Road Transport Corporation (SRTC). It posted a loss of Rs 13.73 crore in 2015-16 and 31.44 crore in 2016-17.

JK Handloom Corporation, State Industrial Development Corporation (SIDCO), Horticultural Produce Marketing and Processing Corporation (HPMC), JK Scheduled Castes, Schedule Tribes, Backward Classes Development Corporation, JK Agro Industries, JK Police Housing Corporation, JK Cable car Corporation and JK Small Scale Industries Development Corporation (JKSICOP), JK Women''s Development Corporation are the other PSUs making losses
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