Dagestan: case opened after uninhabitable apartments' purchase for employees of FSKN
According to investigators, the regional Federal Drug Control Service (FSKN) has overpaid 4.5 million rubles for the service housing.
The Investigative Committee in Dagestan opened a criminal investigation into the fraud to the tune of 4.5 million rubles for the purchase of apartments for employees of the regional FSKN.
As the press service of the ICR told, it is previously found that in November 2011, the Regional Office of the FSKN signed a state contract with the peasant farm Murad on the assignment of the rights of the consumer housing co-operative (PZHSK) Salute by 10 apartments under a contract of the equity. The contract is amounted to 13.5 million rubles.
Under the terms of the agreement, the apartment had to be put into operation in accordance with all regulations, but in March 2013 the Federal Drug Control Service took uninhabitable 10 apartments on the balance. As a result, the real cost of housing was 4.5 million rubles less than it was paid by the FSKN.
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