CAG ‘deliberately delaying’ Rafale, DeMo reports, claim ex-bureaucrats


Sixty retired bureaucrats have written to the CAG expressing concern over audit reports on demonetisation and the Rafale deal being “deliberately” delayed to not “embarrass” the NDA government till next year’s general elections. In the letter, they said there was concern over the “unconscionable” and “unwarranted delay” in bringing out the audit reports , which should be tabled before the Parliament in the Winter Session.

The CAG’s failure to present the reports in time “may be seen as a partisan action” and could create a “crisis of credibility” for the institution, the letter said.

There was no immediate reaction from the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG). Read More

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