Kishor was credit with successfully managing Prime Minister Modi’s Lok Sabha election campaign that saw the BJP storm to power with its highest-every seat tally, but fell apart with BJP leaders soon after.
“We do not have the data. However, we will try and put the same together,” said a senior official from the district.
The company sold the project after obtaining permission to do so from the state last year.
The CAG, in its report, said that JP Power was given undue favour by the Himachal government despite finding that they violated rules.
The latest CAG report on Gujarat has highlighted many such gaps in PSU projects in the states as well as development schemes, raising doubts about the ‘Gujarat model’.
Congress sources said the party planned to raise the issue in Parliament to put the government and the PM on the mat.
The CAG in its report tabled in the Haryana Vidhan Sabha last week, pointed out that during the scrutiny of records of the Haryana revenue department, as many as 1,441 cases were found involving irregularities of Rs 227.83 crore.
However, as per the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India, it is desirable to fully utilise borrowed funds for the creation of capital assets and to use revenue receipts for the repayment of principal and interest.
As per the report tabled in the Haryana Assembly on Monday by the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India, a total loss of revenue agrregating Rs 2,677.30 crore was found in 3.89 lakh cases.
Only eight to 19 per cent of the borrowings were being utilised for capital expenditure between the years 2010 to 2015.
Will conduct special audit of telcos for FY09-11: Govt
It was CM Fadnavis who had as an Opp MLA pushed for action on the report.
THE COMPTROLLER and Auditor General (CAG) has found large-scale anomalies in the manner in which the Ex-servicemen Contributory Health Scheme (ECHS) is being run under regional centres falling under the Western Command, including inflated billing by private hospitals and failure to keep a check by ECHS centres. The report, which was recently made public, gives […]
There is no mechanism that can track juveniles after they are released, the draft report notes, nor is there any aftercare rehabilitation in the absence of such an organisation.
Audit also reveals that Chandigarh Administration did not engage reputed institutes and laboratories to take samples for inspections