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The report said that the government should monitor the execution of projects so that there are no diversions to ineligible beneficiaries.
The CAG has also suggested that the Ministry of Urban Development and the Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation should introduce a "zero tolerance policy" at all levels in respect of irregular expenditure and diversion of funds by the way of a greater financial discipline.