Shunglu committee seeks people`s help to probe CWG corruption

The two-member high level committee led by former Comptroller and Auditor General V K Shunglu has sought people`s help in probing alleged corruption in different Commonwealth Games related projects.

Last Updated: Nov 15, 2010, 15:57 PM IST

New Delhi: The two-member high level
committee led by former Comptroller and Auditor General V K
Shunglu has sought people`s help in probing alleged corruption
in different Commonwealth Games related projects.

It has asked public to post, send e-mail or submit any
information related to the alleged financial and
administrative irregularities in the conduct of the mega
sporting event.

"Persons desiring to convey details or complaints or
information relating to mismanagement, wasteful expenditure
and wrong doing in conduct of the Games are requested to send
information supporting material documents and evidence," the
panel said.

The committee, however, said that the whistle-blower has
to provide his or her full name, contact address and phone
numbers while sending the information. The identity of the
person would be kept confidential, it said.

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had on October 25 announced
10-point Terms of References for the panel to investigate the
weaknesses in management, alleged misappropriation,
irregularities and wrongdoing in the conduct of the Games held
here between October 3 and 14.

Former Secretary, Department of Personnel and Training,
Shantanu Consul, is also member of the Committee.

The panel has asked people to send information through
e-mail at hlc-cwg@gov.in or telephone numbers 011-23063318-19.

A drop box has also been set up to "put in" the
information at its office in Vigyan Bhavan Annexe here.

PTI

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