While Santosh Singh Saluja from Congress alleged that this is a massive corruption and this was made possible only because of a lack of coordination between the DFO and the PD-DRDA.
The audit report of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India (Performance and Compliance Audit) for the year ended March 2020, Government of Odisha revealed massive irregularities in “Assessment of Plantation Activities” covering the period from 2013-14 to 2017-18.
The CAG in its report had detected several deficiencies in the planning, implementation and monitoring of the projects
The much-hyped Lower Indra Irrigation Project in Nuapada district was commenced at a projected cost of Rs 211 crore in 1999.
There is a delay in the completion of projects ranging from 13- 43 years. The state could create only 24 per cent of the targeted irrigation potential
The audit panel recommended that the IITs may periodically review the availability of faculty members and the means of attracting suitable candidates to fill the vacancies.
The committee noted that there was a shortfall in enrolment into PG programmes in all the eight IITs -- IIT Bhubaneswar, IIT Gandhinagar, IIT Hyderabad, IIT Indore, IIT Jodhpur, IIT Mandi, IIT Patna and IIT Ropar.
The latest report on the General and Social Sector for the year ended March 2020 by the constitutional watchdog reveals of large-scale misappropriation of property and funds of the religious institutions across Odisha.
The Lingaraj temple management by Odisha Law Department is in an utter mess. The temple trust neither maintain an annual income-expenditure account nor prepare an inventory list
According to the report, the highest 4,030.78 acres of land belonging to Debottar Dhenkanal is under encroachment.
The percentage of revenue raised by State government to the total revenue of the State increased from 44.79 per cent in 2018-19 to 46.31 per cent in 2019-20
"It neither assessed the extent of water losses and efficiency of the system nor performed any cost-benefit analysis for optimum recovery of water. It also did not formulate a Water Management Plan,"
The dark underbelly of the higher education scenario in Odisha was put to glare by the CAG.
Public debt more than doubled to touch Rs 68,438cr in 2019-20 from Rs 33,757cr in 2015-16. And the total liabilities of the State also increased to over Rs 1.26 lakh cr from Rs 59,753 cr in 2015-16
Bhubaneswar: The Opposition parties today slammed the ruling BJD government after a report of the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) revealed irregularities in the implementation of the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) in Odisha. The report presented in Odisha Assembly yesterday mentioned irregularities in payment of Rs 3,114 crore wages to people […]