Chidambaram also expressed his desire to work with the CAG and his team to erase the impression of adversaries and restore trust and confidence in all institutions of Government, a finance ministry statement said.
The minister said that in recent months issues relating to probity, ethics and integrity have occupied centrestage, which is correct and necessary. He said that corruption impedes economic development, undermines stability and erodes trust in public institutions. He said that the CAG, through his reports, will continue to provide independent and unbiased assurance on how well socio-economic objectives have been advanced, public purpose has been served and how further improvements can be effected.
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