The Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) has expressed its displeasure over delay in the appointment of a chief vigilance officer in Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC).
"The Commission has been deeply concerned over continuing delays in filing the post of CVO in DTC. The government is being regularly reminded," the CVC said in its monthly report for April.
The Commission, in the last month recovered Rs 3.94 crore after it conducted raids in government and public sector departments.
In the report, the Commission suggested initiation of major penalty proceedings against 45 Central Board of Excise and Customs officials. Penalties were initiated against 33 officials of public sector banks, it said.
The CVC in the report also said that major penalty should be imposed against 49 officers, which includes ten officials of insurance companies and eight from the Food Corporation of India (FCI).
Twelve Railway ministry officials are amongst the 59 officers against whom the Commission has imposed major penalties, the report added.