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Delhi High Court asks power discoms to co-operate with CAG in audit

This comes after the CAG had told the HC earlier this month that the power discoms were not providing documents for carrying out their audit.

Subhajit Sengupta | CNN-IBNSubhajitSG

Updated:March 24, 2014, 3:50 PM IST
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Delhi High Court asks power discoms to co-operate with CAG in audit
This comes after the CAG had told the HC earlier this month that the power discoms were not providing documents for carrying out their audit.

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has asked the three power distribution companies in the national capital to comply with its orders and co-operate with Comptroller and Auditor General in its audit.

This comes after the CAG had told the HC earlier this month that the power discoms were not providing documents for carrying out their audit.

The discoms had initially moved the High Court against the January 7 decision of the Aam Aadmi Party-led government ordering CAG audit, saying the top auditor is not empowered to scrutinise accounts of private companies.

The three private firms had come into being in 2002 when the then Delhi government decided to privatise power distribution. Delhi discoms are a 51:49 per cent joint venture between private companies and Delhi government.

(With inputs from PTI)

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