Compliance Financial Performance

Report of 2010 - Performance Audit on Civil of Government of Manipur

Date on which Report Tabled:
Thu 24 Mar, 2011
Date of sending the report to Government:
Government Type:
Sector Finance,Transport & Infrastructure,Power & Energy,Industry and Commerce,Science and Technology,Agriculture and Rural Development,Social Welfare,Education, Health & Family Welfare,Social Infrastructure


This Report includes five chapters containing four performance reviews, including integrated audit of Forest Department, 19 (excluding general paragraphs) paragraphs dealing with the results of audit of selected schemes, programmes, financial transactions of the Government and its commercial and trading activities.

Copies of the performance reviews and paragraphs were sent to the Administrative Heads of the Departments concerned by the Accountant General for furnishing replies within six weeks. All the four reviews were discussed with the concerned Principal Secretaries/Commissioners/Secretaries and other departmental officers. In respect of eight paragraphs reply/partial reply of the Government was received and in 11 audit paragraphs, replies had  not been furnished by the State Government

The Public Distribution System (PDS) was evolved to ensure timely availability of foodgrain at affordable price to enhance food security particularly to the weaker sections of society. The State Government did not formulate guidelines for identification of beneficiaries and review of households. PDS consumers were denied of the intended benefit of having PDS items at prescribed scale and affordable price in a timely manner. Bank interest on Cash Credit Account was charged from the beneficiaries when credit facilities were not availed of and instead of availing of transport subsidy and Hill Transport Subsidy Scheme, the State Government charged  the cost of transportation to the beneficiaries by fixing high end retail price. There was short lifting of wheat and sugar against the allocation made by Government of India. There were instances of diversion of rice, wheat and kerosene. Monitoring, inspection and the activities of the vigilance committee at State and District level were found to be inadequate. Monitoring mechanism and inspection of FPS at different levels needs strengthening to prevent  pilferage of commodities.

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