British Columbia’s auditor general says he has a decade-long difference of opinion with the government over calculating the province’s financial bottom line that now adds up to $6 billion.
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“This means, in simple termsThe Kumbh Mela festival could turn into a superspreader event, Uttarakhand state, we disagree with the government’s presentation of its financial accounting to the tune of $6 billion,” he said at a news conference following the release of an audit report by the independent office.
B.C.’s comptroller general, Carl Fischer, says in a response statement included in the auditor’s report that the government prepares its financial statements under the province’s Budget Transparency and Accountability Act.