There was a complete expenditure of ₹1.34 crore with out appropriation by legislature
Tamil Nadu’s income deficit of ₹23,459.44 crore throughout 2018-19 was understated by ₹3,757.23 crore and financial deficit by ₹1,300.49 crore primarily owing to brief transfers totalling ₹1,366 crore in the direction of numerous reserve funds, resembling sinking fund and assure redemption fund, in response to the Comptroller and Auditor-Normal’s report on State funds for the 12 months ended March 2019. There have been additionally ebook changes of curiosity receipts to the tune of ₹2,461.48 crore.
The CAG additionally discovered that in 20 circumstances, there was a complete expenditure of ₹1.34 crore with out appropriation by the legislature both within the authentic or supplementary estimates, whereas in 24 circumstances, an expenditure of ₹8.15 crore was incurred with out last modified appropriation.
“As on March 31, 2019, 348 circumstances of misappropriation, shortages, theft and loss, involving a complete quantity of ₹14.71 crore, had been pending disposal. Out of those circumstances, 331 had been pending for greater than 10 years,” the report mentioned. Of those, 170 are awaiting departmental and legal investigation, departmental motion has been initiated however not finalised in 116 circumstances, 16 have legal proceedings finalised however the restoration of the quantity is pending and 24 are awaiting orders for restoration or write-off, whereas 22 circumstances are pending within the courts.
A complete of 257 circumstances have been pending for 21 years and above, and 34 circumstances are pending between 16 years and 20 years, whereas 40 circumstances have been pending for over 11 years.