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India praises signing of MoU between Kathmandu, New Delhi in field of public sector audit
Photo Courtesy: India Embassy in Nepal X page

India praises signing of MoU between Kathmandu, New Delhi in field of public sector audit

| @indiablooms | 04 May 2024, 04:57 pm

India has appreciated the signing of MoU between Kathmandu and New Delhi  in the field of public sector audit.

Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) Girish C Murmu recently visited Nepal and met PM Pushpa Kamal Dahal, Nepal’s finance minister Barshaman Pun and Auditor General of Nepal.

The Indian Embassy in Nepal posted on X: "CAG Sh. Girish Chandra Murmu called on Rt Hon'ble PM of Nepal @cmprachanda today and briefed him regarding the ongoing cooperation between the Supreme Audit Institutions of & and the MoU signed in the field of public sector audit."

"CAG Sh. Girish Chandra Murmu also called on Hon'ble Finance Minister ofMr. Barsaman Pun. Close partnership between the Supreme Audit Institutions of & adds yet another dimension to our multi-faceted relationship," read another X post.

Murmu also met Auditor General of Nepal Toyama Raya during his visit to the Himalayan nation and signed MoUs which will promote capacity-building efforts and focus on improvement in methodologies in the field of Public Sector Audit.

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