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
The latest revelations come after an audit of selecte Army Aviation Corps units in the Northern, Western and Eastern Commands of the Army.
The CAG conducted audit of select Army Aviation Corps units in the Northern, Western and Eastern Commands of the Army to arrive at this conclusion.
Between 2014 and 2015, all the three BBJ aircraft have undertaken 239 sorties involving 442.03 flying hours.
The CAG report states that the Ministry of Defence accepts the acute shortage of these vehicles would adversely impact the 12th Army plan and the proposal to raise five more mechanised infantry battalions.
Chandigarh has raised the highest revenue, both tax and non-tax, among the five union territories (UTs) without legislatures, reveals the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) report tabled in the Parliament on December 8. The five UTs— Chandigarh, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu, and Lakshadweep— generated a revenue of Rs […]
The report also noted that against the target of 500 MW of solar thermal projects, projects of 447.50 MW (approximately 90 per cent) had not been commissioned as of February 2015.
The AAP govt had in 2014 ordered an audit of the three discoms amidst allegations that they had shown inflated expenses.
From the beginning, the ICHR has been beholden to the political and historical beliefs of whoever was in power. This aspect of its leadership has not changed.
The discoms had approached the high court, asking it to direct the government auditor not to proceed with its exit conference till they have been given an effective opportunity to participate in the audit process.
CAG officials confirmed that they have started work on the special audit, and that their first secret report would be finalised soon.
It will look into preventive steps taken by govt and civic bodies.