If 42 PSUs made collective profit to the tune of Rs 3,363.96 crore, the collective loss of 20 units ran into Rs 1,111.85 crore.
The report said the government did not take any step for cancellation of these allotments despite the violation of terms.
The third PIL on the issue has been filed by advocate ML Sharma.
The national auditor said as much as Rs 598.33 crore was lying unspent in the Personal Ledger Account.
The developers sold the land without developing the colonies for which they were granted licences, the report stated.
On coal, Manmohan Singh made the case for auctions. And also took the discredited allotment route.
Three discoms have argued that as private entities, their accounts do not come under the jurisdiction of the CAG.
Last week, CM Arvind Kejriwal had said his government was going to cut power tariff “very soon”.
The CAG had in a report in 2012 criticised the UPA government for allocating coal blocks in a non-transparent manner.
The petition, had stated that as country’s auditor Sharma would be judging a number of defence deals that were concluded or cleared when he was the defence secretary.
The CAG had computed the figure of Rs 295 per metric tonne as additional levy.
The report revealed that the RLA’s daily collection range from Rs 3 lakh to Rs 1 crore each day.
In the latest instance, the lease was extended from February 2014 to February 2019 at a monthly rent of Rs 1,70,156.
The report says the delay has cascading effect on the families of the personnel who had lost their lives in the fatal accidents.
Cong-NCP govt gave Rs 2,012 cr foodgrains to ineligible families thus depriving 26.69 lakh BPL families.