CAG also pointed some of the lacuna’s that exist in individual institutes.
CAG claims that only six percent of an estimated 12 lakh construction workers in Gujarat are registered.
The state also pointed out complaints from people regarding insects in fortified flour, etc.
Projects worth Rs 97 crore have remained incomplete for 14 years, depriving irrigation to 53 villages in Gujarat.
CAG also found “improper implementation” of the Annam Brahmam Yojana that was launched by the state govt in 2009.
The CAG report has also given a detailed note on the ‘2013 Sabarmati jail escape bid’.
Cong leader Gohil said that as per the past traditions, the CAG reports should have been tabled in the first week of the Budget Session.
The companies that have been named in the CAG report are Rasna Marketing Services Pvt Ltd, Jayhind Projects Ltd and others.
“Undue benefit was extended to RPL by non-recovery of full wharfage rate”.
CAG raps Gujarat govt for awarding solar projects to “ineligible bidders”, and for putting the burden of Rs 473 crore on power consumers.
This too has been challenged by the ministry on grounds of financial compulsions heaped on the oil marketing companies.
Govt gave undue benefit of Rs 667 crore to Essar Oil and Reliance Industries.
An-32 is a medium tactical transport aircraft used primarily by the Air Force for transportation of the troops.
As per 2001 MoEF guidelines estimation of tiger was to be carried out annually under the Project Tiger.
The government also failed to supply the minimum amount of water needed for citizens in 95 of the 105 civic bodies.