According to Vigilance officials, the department has been receiving complaints from several farmers that some traders are indulging in irregularities in sale of seeds and fertilisers.
The officials found that only a few beneficiaries were present at some anganwadi centres, staff were not maintaining attendance registers and not carrying out periodic inspections.
The teams also found lapses such as details of medicines, medical tests, defunct CCTV cameras and medical equipment.
The officials inspected a total of 142 establishments, including shopping malls and grocery stores.
After the inspections, officials filed 209 cases for selling items at rates exceeding MRP and for committing various other irregularities.
According to Vigilance officials, 56 shops and godowns across the State were inspected and teams served 'stop-sale' notices to some seed and pesticide traders.
Legal Metrology and Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) also participated in the operation.
During the raids, a few traders were found to be selling cooking oil over the maximum retail price (MRP), and creating forced scarcity in market by hoarding essentials.