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Audit team fails to complete work
June, 05th 2009

The two-member audit team of deputy registrar chit funds and societies, in its report claimed that there were some irregularities and all the relevant details of the account number 1041 could not be obtained as the general secretary had been absent at the time of inspection.

In the audit report submitted by the Prem Singh (auditor) and Somesh Mishra (assistant) on May 28 to the deputy registrar, the team said complainant's main grievance was about the irregularities in the construction of chambers and its accounts. But due to unavailability of relevant records, the audit could not be executed.

The deputy registrar had sent an audit team to Kanpur Bar Association (KBA) on the complaint of Manharan Gopal Awasthi, Naresh Chandra Tripathi and Raghvendra Pratap Singh to check the records of routine affairs and two bank accounts.

In their report they said membership register, cash and ledger were almost correct and there were no irregularities. Office superintendent Sriprakash Dwivedi produced the account details of account number 139 and bill, vouchers, cash book and ledger books. Except for election, sports and some other heads, bill and vouchers of expanses were present. Some vouchers were not signed by the KBA auditor. There were some payments made without bills. Sports goods worth Rs 15,150 were purchased, but the goods were not present in the office. Similarly a payment was made of Rs 40,000 without a bill.

Agenda register was there and according to register, meetings were held from August 29, 2008 to May 23, 2009, which was seen and verified by the team.

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