New Delhi: After indicting Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit for wasteful expenditure in preparation of the CWG, the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) report on the 2010 Commonwealth Games has now pointed its finger on Prime Minister's Office (PMO), Delhi Raj Niwas, Sports Ministry and also on the role of the agencies formed under the Centre and Delhi state government.

The 500-page report which is to be tabled on Friday in the Parliament would reveal all the episodes of irregularities found during the preparations of CWG. For the last one year Danik Jagran has exposed all layers of the major scams.

According to sources, after the disclosure of the CAG report in the Parliament the PMO is likely to land in soup.

Although the CAG couldn’t question the PMO in the 2G case, it is expected that the Prime Minister’s office may have to face a tough time in the regard as it was responsible for the appointment of Suresh Kalmadi as chairman of Organising Committee of CWG.

During the investigation, CAG had sent questions to Cabinet Secretariat and the PMO. But it is still to be seen if PMO’s reply has been included in the CAG report.

After the report being tabled in the Parliament, the troubles for the Sheila Dikshit government may increase and the pressure on the agencies to take action against the people allegedly involved in the scam may mount.

The CAG had started its inquiry in October last year immediately after the conclusion of the games. However, the report which was prepared by February 2011 could not be tabled in the Parliament.

(JPN/ Bureau)