THE AKHILESH Yadav government in Uttar Pradesh spent Rs 15.06 crore in the vicinity of 2012 and 2013 on capacities to disperse checks worth Rs 20.58 crore to recipients of its leader unemployment stipend conspire.
What’s more, this, when the plan determined that the cash ought to be stored specifically in the ledgers of recipients.
This startling finding is a piece of a “General and Social Sector” report arranged by the Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) and tabled in the UP gathering Thursday.
As per the report, the past SP government spent Rs 8.07 crore on seating, refreshment and different game plans for these capacities in 2012-13, and Rs 6.99 crore on transporting recipients to the settings.
These checks were given to around 1.26 lakh unemployed people and, at numerous settings, were given over by and by Akhilesh, then the main clergyman.