CAG says govt partial to Mumbai airport5 min read . Updated: 12 Dec 2013, 01:10 PM IST
CAG says govt did not monitor project effectively, leading to undue benefit of at least `5,887 cr to consortium controlled by GVK Power
New Delhi: The government’s auditor has highlighted “undue benefit" to the tune of at least ₹ 5,887 crore, given by the civil aviation ministry to Mumbai International Airport Ltd (MIAL), which runs the airport in India’s commercial capital, in a move that could further embarrass the Congress-led government that has, since 2009, unsuccessfully battled corruption allegations in the organization of the Commonwealth Games, and the allotment of spectrum and coal mines.
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