The BJP used the ‘India Against Corruption’ campaign to vilify the UPA. The Lokpal lives in oblivion, untouched by prevailing graft. And Kejriwal continues to sell himself.
Gender budget allocation up, but not based on data; govt firms fail to remit interest earned
The surrenders were mainly attributed to non-release of Central share, dropping and non-sanction of projects, delay in the approval of Expenditure Finance Committee (EFC) and Covid-19 lockdown.
The project caters to three municipalities 17 town panchayats and 7,639 rural habitations where over 11.94 lakh people were found to have skeletal or dental fluorosis.
CAG report flags poor driving licence tests in TN, indicts transport, highways dept for road accident deaths
The report said Chennai police in 2018 recommended 2,986 accident cases to RTOs for suspension of Driving licences but only 1,628 were suspended.
The buildings were not commissioned as of March 2020 due to non-completion of electrical works due to a delay in Revised Administrative Sanction (RAS).
Though the State Prisons Department has initiated a slew of measures for the welfare of inmates, crowding is still a cause for concern in Telangana jails.
HMWS&SB failed to supply mandated 150 LPCD of potable water to its consumers; 82% CANs didn’t have meters
The State government had accorded administrative sanction of Rs 120 crore to the HMDA for the development and beautification of 20 lakes.
The report has found that a third party agency, which had bagged the contract for maintaining critical and non-critical medical equipment, has not performed efficiently.
A major dilemma before the ‘welfare’ State of Telangana is whether to augment resources or curtail expenditure to meet the increasing debt repayment burden over the next seven years.
Apart from servicing the debt, the State government is also committed to fund 20 capital intensive irrigation projects which are in various stages of construction.
Even though a total of Rs 40.76 crore was released by the Centre, the State government did not release its share of Rs 25.09 crore, as the scheme was to be jointly funded by both the government.
A CAG report said that the TSIICL deviated from its Allotment Regulations, which resulted in a revenue loss of Rs 4.47 crore to the government.