Audit Report flags Water ministry's Rs 4,000 crore spending for not taking prior approval from the Parliament

NEW DELHI: A draft audit report has flagged expenditure by the Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation, claiming that funds for certain schemes were not specified in the demand for grants approved by Parliament. The draft report of the Director General of Audit, Central Expenditure, accessed by The New Indian Express reveals that the ministry spent Rs 4 crore on professional services and another Rs 4 crore on the International Centre for Drinking Water Quality, allegedly flouting rules.
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