Rs55 cr loss in ration card project
Moneylife Digital Team 23 April 2012

According to a report by the comptroller and auditor general (CAG), the food, civil supplies & consumer affairs department of Karnataka has wasted Rs54.53 crore by awarding to a private company a computerisation project to digitise the data collected through a house-to-house survey and issue computerised ration cards to eligible families. The CAG report, tabled in the state legislature, said...

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