Government ignores CAG’s allegations of corruption in administrative affairs !

Government’s delay in taking action on increasing pending objections  !

Editorial comments

  • It is shameful for the country that no measures have been taken by all-party rulers despite the misuse of billions of rupees in administrative affairs !
  • Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj used to value even the micro belongings of the people; whereas, the current politicians waste people’s hard-earned money !
  • Corruption in Governmental departments is a blot on Indian democracy ! Hindu Rashtra is the only option to provide sattvik, patriotic, and pro-people politicians and administrative officers in this situation !

Mumbai – Examination of administrative affairs by the Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) has revealed irregularities and corruption in the work; however, the CAG’s objections are literally being ignored by various departments of the Government. Therefore, it is taking years for the CAG’s objections to be met using all the resources. This makes it difficult to recover funds earned from corrupt means by contractors or officials in various works. This erroneous functioning of administration has been going on for years and no concrete efforts are being made by the Government to curb it. Therefore, the objections raised by the CAG over the last few years are still pending. The Public Accounts Committee has expressed its displeasure with the Government as the number of pending objections is increasing day by day. The Government has issued an order on 5th January to launch a campaign to address the pending objections.

Administrative works in various Government departments are monitored by the Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG). The CAG’s examination reveals irregularities in the administration, corruption, and incompetence of the officials. The objections reported by the CAG are then forwarded to the Comptroller and Auditor General of India by the Public Accounts Committee with the testimony of the officers of the concerned department of administration. The Government has directed its departments to respond within three months to the objections raised by the CAG. Orders have been issued from time to time by the Government in this regard, yet it is still being ignored by the administration. Many of the CAG’s objections are pending due to the administration’s negligence. Due to this, there is a problem for recovery of arrears of Government funds in the objections reported due to misuse and loss of funds.