TORFAEN IT FRAUD TRIAL: Pair found not guilty

NOT GUI;TY: Gary Inchliffe and Farooq Dastgir

NOT GUI;TY: Gary Inchliffe and Farooq Dastgir

First published in Gwent news

TWO men were found not guilty of false accounting at a Gwent council's IT hub today.

Farooq Dastgir, 53, of Coed Camlas, Pontypool and Gary Inchliffe, 52, of Beechcroft, Trelewis were accused of trying to pay for a newspaper supplement in the South Wales Argus using the council's money after the council decided it should be paid for through private sponsorship.

 

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3:07pm Tue 20 May 14

Sometimes says...

What this trial has shown is the complete shambles Torfaen Council are when it comes to finances, "standard practice" to pay invoices for work not yet complete! What sort of incompetence's do such things? No wonder doubt could be cast on people's honesty, when checks and balances are ignored, that is after all why invoices are reconciled with completed orders.

If Torfaen cannot do the basic accountancy tasks, then it should be removed from their remit like Education was, to ensure that the taxpayer is not being ripped off again.

As for the case taking 2 1/2 years to come to trial with the senior officer suspended on full £75K per year for that time, is ridiculous, not only for the financial waste, but the time these two have had to worry over their fate. Heads should roll both at Torfaen and the CPS.
What this trial has shown is the complete shambles Torfaen Council are when it comes to finances, "standard practice" to pay invoices for work not yet complete! What sort of incompetence's do such things? No wonder doubt could be cast on people's honesty, when checks and balances are ignored, that is after all why invoices are reconciled with completed orders. If Torfaen cannot do the basic accountancy tasks, then it should be removed from their remit like Education was, to ensure that the taxpayer is not being ripped off again. As for the case taking 2 1/2 years to come to trial with the senior officer suspended on full £75K per year for that time, is ridiculous, not only for the financial waste, but the time these two have had to worry over their fate. Heads should roll both at Torfaen and the CPS. Sometimes
  • Score: 23

4:45pm Tue 20 May 14

Realist UK says...

Up next in court, 3 senior executives of Caerphilly Council on charges relating to illegal pay awards. The circus continues.
Up next in court, 3 senior executives of Caerphilly Council on charges relating to illegal pay awards. The circus continues. Realist UK
  • Score: 7

5:11pm Tue 20 May 14

altom23 says...

Sometimes wrote:
What this trial has shown is the complete shambles Torfaen Council are when it comes to finances, "standard practice" to pay invoices for work not yet complete! What sort of incompetence's do such things? No wonder doubt could be cast on people's honesty, when checks and balances are ignored, that is after all why invoices are reconciled with completed orders.

If Torfaen cannot do the basic accountancy tasks, then it should be removed from their remit like Education was, to ensure that the taxpayer is not being ripped off again.

As for the case taking 2 1/2 years to come to trial with the senior officer suspended on full £75K per year for that time, is ridiculous, not only for the financial waste, but the time these two have had to worry over their fate. Heads should roll both at Torfaen and the CPS.
O how true the above I totally agree with what you say
This has been the most bizarre case. Torfaen BC brought the charges and then the leader of the council Bob Wellington became the main defence witness, together with the Ex director of Education various senior management and the chief executive of Monmouthshire council. this should never have been brought to court in the first instance.
What happened at SRS 3 years ago was well.........!! Can you remember when they had nearly 1000 laptops in their stores for 18 months paid by our money, that were originally procured on behalf of Newport CC that seemed not to have signed up to any deal to pay for them!. Yes complete shambles
[quote][p][bold]Sometimes[/bold] wrote: What this trial has shown is the complete shambles Torfaen Council are when it comes to finances, "standard practice" to pay invoices for work not yet complete! What sort of incompetence's do such things? No wonder doubt could be cast on people's honesty, when checks and balances are ignored, that is after all why invoices are reconciled with completed orders. If Torfaen cannot do the basic accountancy tasks, then it should be removed from their remit like Education was, to ensure that the taxpayer is not being ripped off again. As for the case taking 2 1/2 years to come to trial with the senior officer suspended on full £75K per year for that time, is ridiculous, not only for the financial waste, but the time these two have had to worry over their fate. Heads should roll both at Torfaen and the CPS.[/p][/quote]O how true the above I totally agree with what you say This has been the most bizarre case. Torfaen BC brought the charges and then the leader of the council Bob Wellington became the main defence witness, together with the Ex director of Education various senior management and the chief executive of Monmouthshire council. this should never have been brought to court in the first instance. What happened at SRS 3 years ago was well.........!! Can you remember when they had nearly 1000 laptops in their stores for 18 months paid by our money, that were originally procured on behalf of Newport CC that seemed not to have signed up to any deal to pay for them!. Yes complete shambles altom23
  • Score: 9

5:31pm Tue 20 May 14

brainfreeze says...

Should be an interesting return to work interview
Should be an interesting return to work interview brainfreeze
  • Score: 12

7:48pm Tue 20 May 14

Alessi says...

I often wonder where all the money goes at TBC. They seem to be making cuts everywhere to save money - but it is clear that they do not know where it is spent in the first place.
It's about time they started to cut salaries of the people who suppose to be in charge. It appears too many at the top have been in their jobs for far to long and have lost any sense of responsibility. Cut and cut and more cuts, just as long as they don't cut their salaries. We are alright jack, just cut some more services and waste some more money, but make sure we are alright.
I often wonder where all the money goes at TBC. They seem to be making cuts everywhere to save money - but it is clear that they do not know where it is spent in the first place. It's about time they started to cut salaries of the people who suppose to be in charge. It appears too many at the top have been in their jobs for far to long and have lost any sense of responsibility. Cut and cut and more cuts, just as long as they don't cut their salaries. We are alright jack, just cut some more services and waste some more money, but make sure we are alright. Alessi
  • Score: 6

9:04pm Tue 20 May 14

irisheyes says...

Alessi wrote:
I often wonder where all the money goes at TBC. They seem to be making cuts everywhere to save money - but it is clear that they do not know where it is spent in the first place.
It's about time they started to cut salaries of the people who suppose to be in charge. It appears too many at the top have been in their jobs for far to long and have lost any sense of responsibility. Cut and cut and more cuts, just as long as they don't cut their salaries. We are alright jack, just cut some more services and waste some more money, but make sure we are alright.
look at T.C.B.C. Greenmeadow Community farm financial returns and all will be revealed !
[quote][p][bold]Alessi[/bold] wrote: I often wonder where all the money goes at TBC. They seem to be making cuts everywhere to save money - but it is clear that they do not know where it is spent in the first place. It's about time they started to cut salaries of the people who suppose to be in charge. It appears too many at the top have been in their jobs for far to long and have lost any sense of responsibility. Cut and cut and more cuts, just as long as they don't cut their salaries. We are alright jack, just cut some more services and waste some more money, but make sure we are alright.[/p][/quote]look at T.C.B.C. Greenmeadow Community farm financial returns and all will be revealed ! irisheyes
  • Score: 1

10:13pm Tue 20 May 14

Bart45 says...

altom23 wrote:
Sometimes wrote:
What this trial has shown is the complete shambles Torfaen Council are when it comes to finances, "standard practice" to pay invoices for work not yet complete! What sort of incompetence's do such things? No wonder doubt could be cast on people's honesty, when checks and balances are ignored, that is after all why invoices are reconciled with completed orders.

If Torfaen cannot do the basic accountancy tasks, then it should be removed from their remit like Education was, to ensure that the taxpayer is not being ripped off again.

As for the case taking 2 1/2 years to come to trial with the senior officer suspended on full £75K per year for that time, is ridiculous, not only for the financial waste, but the time these two have had to worry over their fate. Heads should roll both at Torfaen and the CPS.
O how true the above I totally agree with what you say
This has been the most bizarre case. Torfaen BC brought the charges and then the leader of the council Bob Wellington became the main defence witness, together with the Ex director of Education various senior management and the chief executive of Monmouthshire council. this should never have been brought to court in the first instance.
What happened at SRS 3 years ago was well.........!! Can you remember when they had nearly 1000 laptops in their stores for 18 months paid by our money, that were originally procured on behalf of Newport CC that seemed not to have signed up to any deal to pay for them!. Yes complete shambles
That's 8400 laptops, 75% of which were still on the shelf 12 months later. Add to that the wireless routers and peripherals and you have over £2M of your money that has not reached the people it was intended for. Some schools only received these laptops 12 months ago and were told to bin perfectly good IT kit before they received them as it was not compatible with the 'state of the art' SRS. The laptops, having sat on the shelf for 2 years have now failed and ICT classes, and the education of your children is suffering as a result.

Then there is the £5M that has been ploughed into the SRS. How many jobs has it created? None. How many locals have been employed? None. How many businesses have been attracted to the area as a result of the SRS? TCBC have no idea, but it was one of the promises so it should be known.

Council officers have been patting themselves on the back for finally returning a £78000 profit on the £5 million investment over the last 5 years. To put that in perspective, if you'd banked the £5M at 1% pa you'd have made £¼ million.

So, in short, it's difficult to see the benefits of the SRS, or TCBC for that matter, apart from making some council officers and councillors feel good about themselves.
[quote][p][bold]altom23[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sometimes[/bold] wrote: What this trial has shown is the complete shambles Torfaen Council are when it comes to finances, "standard practice" to pay invoices for work not yet complete! What sort of incompetence's do such things? No wonder doubt could be cast on people's honesty, when checks and balances are ignored, that is after all why invoices are reconciled with completed orders. If Torfaen cannot do the basic accountancy tasks, then it should be removed from their remit like Education was, to ensure that the taxpayer is not being ripped off again. As for the case taking 2 1/2 years to come to trial with the senior officer suspended on full £75K per year for that time, is ridiculous, not only for the financial waste, but the time these two have had to worry over their fate. Heads should roll both at Torfaen and the CPS.[/p][/quote]O how true the above I totally agree with what you say This has been the most bizarre case. Torfaen BC brought the charges and then the leader of the council Bob Wellington became the main defence witness, together with the Ex director of Education various senior management and the chief executive of Monmouthshire council. this should never have been brought to court in the first instance. What happened at SRS 3 years ago was well.........!! Can you remember when they had nearly 1000 laptops in their stores for 18 months paid by our money, that were originally procured on behalf of Newport CC that seemed not to have signed up to any deal to pay for them!. Yes complete shambles[/p][/quote]That's [b]8400[b] laptops, 75% of which were still on the shelf 12 months later. Add to that the wireless routers and peripherals and you have over £2M of your money that has not reached the people it was intended for. Some schools only received these laptops 12 months ago and were told to bin perfectly good IT kit before they received them as it was not compatible with the 'state of the art' SRS. The laptops, having sat on the shelf for 2 years have now failed and ICT classes, and the education of your children is suffering as a result. Then there is the £5M that has been ploughed into the SRS. How many jobs has it created? None. How many locals have been employed? None. How many businesses have been attracted to the area as a result of the SRS? TCBC have no idea, but it was one of the promises so it should be known. Council officers have been patting themselves on the back for finally returning a £78000 profit on the £5 million investment over the last 5 years. To put that in perspective, if you'd banked the £5M at 1% pa you'd have made £¼ million. So, in short, it's difficult to see the benefits of the SRS, or TCBC for that matter, apart from making some council officers and councillors feel good about themselves. Bart45
  • Score: 5

10:36pm Tue 20 May 14

altom23 says...

Bart45 wrote:
altom23 wrote:
Sometimes wrote:
What this trial has shown is the complete shambles Torfaen Council are when it comes to finances, "standard practice" to pay invoices for work not yet complete! What sort of incompetence's do such things? No wonder doubt could be cast on people's honesty, when checks and balances are ignored, that is after all why invoices are reconciled with completed orders.

If Torfaen cannot do the basic accountancy tasks, then it should be removed from their remit like Education was, to ensure that the taxpayer is not being ripped off again.

As for the case taking 2 1/2 years to come to trial with the senior officer suspended on full £75K per year for that time, is ridiculous, not only for the financial waste, but the time these two have had to worry over their fate. Heads should roll both at Torfaen and the CPS.
O how true the above I totally agree with what you say
This has been the most bizarre case. Torfaen BC brought the charges and then the leader of the council Bob Wellington became the main defence witness, together with the Ex director of Education various senior management and the chief executive of Monmouthshire council. this should never have been brought to court in the first instance.
What happened at SRS 3 years ago was well.........!! Can you remember when they had nearly 1000 laptops in their stores for 18 months paid by our money, that were originally procured on behalf of Newport CC that seemed not to have signed up to any deal to pay for them!. Yes complete shambles
That's 8400 laptops, 75% of which were still on the shelf 12 months later. Add to that the wireless routers and peripherals and you have over £2M of your money that has not reached the people it was intended for. Some schools only received these laptops 12 months ago and were told to bin perfectly good IT kit before they received them as it was not compatible with the 'state of the art' SRS. The laptops, having sat on the shelf for 2 years have now failed and ICT classes, and the education of your children is suffering as a result.

Then there is the £5M that has been ploughed into the SRS. How many jobs has it created? None. How many locals have been employed? None. How many businesses have been attracted to the area as a result of the SRS? TCBC have no idea, but it was one of the promises so it should be known.

Council officers have been patting themselves on the back for finally returning a £78000 profit on the £5 million investment over the last 5 years. To put that in perspective, if you'd banked the £5M at 1% pa you'd have made £¼ million.

So, in short, it's difficult to see the benefits of the SRS, or TCBC for that matter, apart from making some council officers and councillors feel good about themselves.
I don't know who you are Bart 45 but you seem to know and have followed the "fortunes" of the SRS and it's stranglehold on schools regarding to the money spent and wasted on ICT equipment. Ref your 1st paragraph
I could tell a few stories involving the SRS as well!! But I bet few would ever believe them.
What I can not understand with all this is the way that senior officers of TCBC all came out to support the defendants. The word "Stranglehold" comes to mind Beggars belief!
[quote][p][bold]Bart45[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]altom23[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sometimes[/bold] wrote: What this trial has shown is the complete shambles Torfaen Council are when it comes to finances, "standard practice" to pay invoices for work not yet complete! What sort of incompetence's do such things? No wonder doubt could be cast on people's honesty, when checks and balances are ignored, that is after all why invoices are reconciled with completed orders. If Torfaen cannot do the basic accountancy tasks, then it should be removed from their remit like Education was, to ensure that the taxpayer is not being ripped off again. As for the case taking 2 1/2 years to come to trial with the senior officer suspended on full £75K per year for that time, is ridiculous, not only for the financial waste, but the time these two have had to worry over their fate. Heads should roll both at Torfaen and the CPS.[/p][/quote]O how true the above I totally agree with what you say This has been the most bizarre case. Torfaen BC brought the charges and then the leader of the council Bob Wellington became the main defence witness, together with the Ex director of Education various senior management and the chief executive of Monmouthshire council. this should never have been brought to court in the first instance. What happened at SRS 3 years ago was well.........!! Can you remember when they had nearly 1000 laptops in their stores for 18 months paid by our money, that were originally procured on behalf of Newport CC that seemed not to have signed up to any deal to pay for them!. Yes complete shambles[/p][/quote]That's [b]8400[b] laptops, 75% of which were still on the shelf 12 months later. Add to that the wireless routers and peripherals and you have over £2M of your money that has not reached the people it was intended for. Some schools only received these laptops 12 months ago and were told to bin perfectly good IT kit before they received them as it was not compatible with the 'state of the art' SRS. The laptops, having sat on the shelf for 2 years have now failed and ICT classes, and the education of your children is suffering as a result. Then there is the £5M that has been ploughed into the SRS. How many jobs has it created? None. How many locals have been employed? None. How many businesses have been attracted to the area as a result of the SRS? TCBC have no idea, but it was one of the promises so it should be known. Council officers have been patting themselves on the back for finally returning a £78000 profit on the £5 million investment over the last 5 years. To put that in perspective, if you'd banked the £5M at 1% pa you'd have made £¼ million. So, in short, it's difficult to see the benefits of the SRS, or TCBC for that matter, apart from making some council officers and councillors feel good about themselves.[/p][/quote]I don't know who you are Bart 45 but you seem to know and have followed the "fortunes" of the SRS and it's stranglehold on schools regarding to the money spent and wasted on ICT equipment. Ref your 1st paragraph I could tell a few stories involving the SRS as well!! But I bet few would ever believe them. What I can not understand with all this is the way that senior officers of TCBC all came out to support the defendants. The word "Stranglehold" comes to mind Beggars belief! altom23
  • Score: 5

7:34am Wed 21 May 14

indy2012 says...

altom23 wrote:
Bart45 wrote:
altom23 wrote:
Sometimes wrote:
What this trial has shown is the complete shambles Torfaen Council are when it comes to finances, "standard practice" to pay invoices for work not yet complete! What sort of incompetence's do such things? No wonder doubt could be cast on people's honesty, when checks and balances are ignored, that is after all why invoices are reconciled with completed orders.

If Torfaen cannot do the basic accountancy tasks, then it should be removed from their remit like Education was, to ensure that the taxpayer is not being ripped off again.

As for the case taking 2 1/2 years to come to trial with the senior officer suspended on full £75K per year for that time, is ridiculous, not only for the financial waste, but the time these two have had to worry over their fate. Heads should roll both at Torfaen and the CPS.
O how true the above I totally agree with what you say
This has been the most bizarre case. Torfaen BC brought the charges and then the leader of the council Bob Wellington became the main defence witness, together with the Ex director of Education various senior management and the chief executive of Monmouthshire council. this should never have been brought to court in the first instance.
What happened at SRS 3 years ago was well.........!! Can you remember when they had nearly 1000 laptops in their stores for 18 months paid by our money, that were originally procured on behalf of Newport CC that seemed not to have signed up to any deal to pay for them!. Yes complete shambles
That's 8400 laptops, 75% of which were still on the shelf 12 months later. Add to that the wireless routers and peripherals and you have over £2M of your money that has not reached the people it was intended for. Some schools only received these laptops 12 months ago and were told to bin perfectly good IT kit before they received them as it was not compatible with the 'state of the art' SRS. The laptops, having sat on the shelf for 2 years have now failed and ICT classes, and the education of your children is suffering as a result.

Then there is the £5M that has been ploughed into the SRS. How many jobs has it created? None. How many locals have been employed? None. How many businesses have been attracted to the area as a result of the SRS? TCBC have no idea, but it was one of the promises so it should be known.

Council officers have been patting themselves on the back for finally returning a £78000 profit on the £5 million investment over the last 5 years. To put that in perspective, if you'd banked the £5M at 1% pa you'd have made £¼ million.

So, in short, it's difficult to see the benefits of the SRS, or TCBC for that matter, apart from making some council officers and councillors feel good about themselves.
I don't know who you are Bart 45 but you seem to know and have followed the "fortunes" of the SRS and it's stranglehold on schools regarding to the money spent and wasted on ICT equipment. Ref your 1st paragraph
I could tell a few stories involving the SRS as well!! But I bet few would ever believe them.
What I can not understand with all this is the way that senior officers of TCBC all came out to support the defendants. The word "Stranglehold" comes to mind Beggars belief!
Senior officers, leaders, executive members all gave support, a few bums twitching there I think.
Seems to me the funny handshake gang in operation.
[quote][p][bold]altom23[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bart45[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]altom23[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sometimes[/bold] wrote: What this trial has shown is the complete shambles Torfaen Council are when it comes to finances, "standard practice" to pay invoices for work not yet complete! What sort of incompetence's do such things? No wonder doubt could be cast on people's honesty, when checks and balances are ignored, that is after all why invoices are reconciled with completed orders. If Torfaen cannot do the basic accountancy tasks, then it should be removed from their remit like Education was, to ensure that the taxpayer is not being ripped off again. As for the case taking 2 1/2 years to come to trial with the senior officer suspended on full £75K per year for that time, is ridiculous, not only for the financial waste, but the time these two have had to worry over their fate. Heads should roll both at Torfaen and the CPS.[/p][/quote]O how true the above I totally agree with what you say This has been the most bizarre case. Torfaen BC brought the charges and then the leader of the council Bob Wellington became the main defence witness, together with the Ex director of Education various senior management and the chief executive of Monmouthshire council. this should never have been brought to court in the first instance. What happened at SRS 3 years ago was well.........!! Can you remember when they had nearly 1000 laptops in their stores for 18 months paid by our money, that were originally procured on behalf of Newport CC that seemed not to have signed up to any deal to pay for them!. Yes complete shambles[/p][/quote]That's [b]8400[b] laptops, 75% of which were still on the shelf 12 months later. Add to that the wireless routers and peripherals and you have over £2M of your money that has not reached the people it was intended for. Some schools only received these laptops 12 months ago and were told to bin perfectly good IT kit before they received them as it was not compatible with the 'state of the art' SRS. The laptops, having sat on the shelf for 2 years have now failed and ICT classes, and the education of your children is suffering as a result. Then there is the £5M that has been ploughed into the SRS. How many jobs has it created? None. How many locals have been employed? None. How many businesses have been attracted to the area as a result of the SRS? TCBC have no idea, but it was one of the promises so it should be known. Council officers have been patting themselves on the back for finally returning a £78000 profit on the £5 million investment over the last 5 years. To put that in perspective, if you'd banked the £5M at 1% pa you'd have made £¼ million. So, in short, it's difficult to see the benefits of the SRS, or TCBC for that matter, apart from making some council officers and councillors feel good about themselves.[/p][/quote]I don't know who you are Bart 45 but you seem to know and have followed the "fortunes" of the SRS and it's stranglehold on schools regarding to the money spent and wasted on ICT equipment. Ref your 1st paragraph I could tell a few stories involving the SRS as well!! But I bet few would ever believe them. What I can not understand with all this is the way that senior officers of TCBC all came out to support the defendants. The word "Stranglehold" comes to mind Beggars belief![/p][/quote]Senior officers, leaders, executive members all gave support, a few bums twitching there I think. Seems to me the funny handshake gang in operation. indy2012
  • Score: 3

11:11am Wed 21 May 14

Bart45 says...

atom23, I'm a concerned resident and parent that is fed up with seeing TCBC get away with broken promises, wasting tax payers money and failing the communities they serve.

I could also have mentioned the £000,000s they had to pay back to the Welsh Assembly after Newport said they were not involved in the laptop project. The £400,000 of 'unbudgeted costs' associated with the SRS. The £400,000 pa that the loss making community farm costs, that just happens to be in the council leaders ward.

And I would no doubt believe the stories about the SRS. If you could get a straight answer from the council or police staff you would have a realistic view of the 'benefits' this has delivered to front end services.

Forget what you may have read about budget restraints an government cutbacks. This is our money, the taxpayers money that has been made available to make a difference and it has been wasted. Someone should lose their job for it and if the Labour led Assembly were interested in investigating a Labour led council, someone would.
atom23, I'm a concerned resident and parent that is fed up with seeing TCBC get away with broken promises, wasting tax payers money and failing the communities they serve. I could also have mentioned the £000,000s they had to pay back to the Welsh Assembly after Newport said they were not involved in the laptop project. The £400,000 of 'unbudgeted costs' associated with the SRS. The £400,000 pa that the loss making community farm costs, that just happens to be in the council leaders ward. And I would no doubt believe the stories about the SRS. If you could get a straight answer from the council or police staff you would have a realistic view of the 'benefits' this has delivered to front end services. Forget what you may have read about budget restraints an government cutbacks. This is our money, the taxpayers money that has been made available to make a difference and it has been wasted. Someone should lose their job for it and if the Labour led Assembly were interested in investigating a Labour led council, someone would. Bart45
  • Score: 2

2:13pm Wed 21 May 14

altom23 says...

Bart 45
You know about the set up as much as I do. Yes a complete debacle regarding NCC decision not to get involved with the SRS. I wonder why they would not sign on the dotted line at the time especially after the millions of pounds worth of IT equipment had already been procured on their behalf without their agreement..... interesting very interesting.
I wonder on who's say so those purchases were made? Was that done on Pro Forma Invoices as well? Purchase now sort out the paperwork after. The whole thing gets worse and worse the more you delve into it!
Bart 45 You know about the set up as much as I do. Yes a complete debacle regarding NCC decision not to get involved with the SRS. I wonder why they would not sign on the dotted line at the time especially after the millions of pounds worth of IT equipment had already been procured on their behalf without their agreement..... interesting very interesting. I wonder on who's say so those purchases were made? Was that done on Pro Forma Invoices as well? Purchase now sort out the paperwork after. The whole thing gets worse and worse the more you delve into it! altom23
  • Score: 1

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