MUMBAI: A review of the working of the early afternoon supper plan in 269 schools in Maharashtra by the CAG has found that 10 of the schools were utilizing bundled things like cooking oil and sauces after their “best before” use date.
The period by which they overshot the date extended from one month to 20 months.
“This shows the office’s inability to sharpen the partners about the pitfalls of utilization of terminated fixings furthermore lacks in observing and investigation of the schools at various levels,” the CAG report said.
The legislature said a clarification had been looked for from the instruction officers in Pue and Dhule. This had been accounted for from six schools in Dhule and four in Pune.