CAG submitted comments and suggestions to the Tamil Nadu Electricity Regulatory Commission on its draft amendments to Distribution Code, Supply Code, Distribution standards of performance, Consumer Grievance Redresal Forum and Electricity Ombudsman regulations.
CAG submitted comments and suggestions to the Highways Department, Government of Tamil Nadu, on the exclusion of non-motorised and shared transport under the Chennai Smart Urban Roads project.
CAG submitted comments and suggestions to the Tamil Nadu Electricity Regulatory Commission on issues related to implementation of tariff 1D, ie, tariff revision for common spaces in multi tenement apartments in the state.
CAG submitted comments and suggestions on the petition by Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation (TANGEDCO) for determination of Miscellaneous petition (Non-Tariff), to the Tamil Nadu Electricity Regulatory Commission (TNERC).
CAG submitted comments and suggestions on the petition by Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation (TANGEDCO) for determination of tariff (T.P.No.1 of 2022), to the Tamil Nadu Electricity Regulatory Commission (TNERC).
CAG wrote a letter to the Minster of Transport, Tamil Nadu appreciating the government's G.O for increasing the penalties for several violations as per the Motor Vehicles Amendment Act 2019.
Following an investigation by Consumers International that personal data is being used in a non-transparent way by dating app Tinder to set the prices that consumers pay for services, CAG wrote to the Secretary, Department of Consumer Affairs, asking that this be looked into.
CAG represented the study to the Ministry of Consumer Affairs and the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India and suggested regulating this sector. It also suggested the government consider including this to the draft E-commerce Amendment Rules.
Ever since the lockdown was announced in March 2020 in the wake of Covid-19 pandemic, there have been media reports of several accidents of vehicles transporting migrant workers across the country. With roads being relatively free during the lock down, people tend to drive fast, and post lock down, we can expect a definite surge in accidents as many people will be on the roads and will tend to drive fast. Vulnerable road users may be the worst affected.