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"The second question is about propriety. PAC is supposed to independently exercise oversight over the reports of CAG. If what R P Singh has said is true about CAG officials actually taking assistance of PAC in the preparation of its report, does this not amount to a conflict of interest?" Tewari said.
He sought to know if this is a convention or a tradition which has been followed earlier and whether this was done officially or unofficially.
"These are questions that the PAC chairperson, Murli Manohar Joshi, for whom I have the utmost respect, needs to answer," the minister said.
Law Minister Ashwani Kumar questioned the integrity of CAG and demanded that the truth behind its presumptive loss estimate of Rs 1.76 lakh crore be made public.
"Certainly some of the findings of CAG have now become very doubtful. People are entitled to know what is the truth that has now come out," Kumar said.
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