President Marmo asked the CAG and other institutions to contribute to making India a developed country by 2047.

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He emphasized that auditors should be considered as facilitators of good governance and not as critics. He said that they should be considered as guides whose investigations teach us to follow the right path. CAG Girish Chandra Murmu said that seeing the fundamental changes in governance in the context of digital technology, the Comptroller and Auditor General have also adopted technology.

President Draupadi Murmu on Thursday said that the people of India want to move fast towards making the country a developed country by 2047 and the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) and other key institutions should play their part in achieving this goal. should Addressing the third ‘Audit Day’ function organized by CAG, the President also appreciated the Comptroller and Auditor General for taking various initiatives. These include the establishment of a data management and analysis center in which digital technology and other advanced methods are being adopted. “Our countrymen today want to move fast towards making a developed India by 2047,” Murmu said. To achieve this goal, all important institutions and communities of the country, including CAG, have to contribute.

‘Audit Day’ is being observed every year from 2021, highlighting the importance of the appointment of the first Auditor General in the country on 16 November 1860 and the formation of the CAG. The President said that the entire CAG team is expected to contribute as a controller and an examiner. He said that the CAG team will play an important role in making India the third largest economy in the world. The President said that the effects of today’s globally competitive market system are relevant to all institutions and businesses. He said that there should be continuous increase in the ability to compete on the basis of ethics in all businesses and activities of the country. He said that removing obstacles in achieving the national goals of rapid growth and development while ensuring financial integrity and legitimacy is the touchstone of effective participation of every institution and person responsible for good governance including CAG.

He emphasized that auditors should be considered as facilitators of good governance and not as critics. He said that they should be considered as guides whose investigations teach us to follow the right path. CAG Girish Chandra Murmu said that seeing the fundamental changes in governance in the context of digital technology, the Comptroller and Auditor General have also adopted technology.

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