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In West Bengal, misuse of funds in the name of sports clubs must stop. Order probe

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ThePrint investigation into the functioning of government-funded sports clubs in West Bengal reveals rampant misuse of taxpayers’ money. They are essentially a means to divert public money to serve TMC’s political interests. Bengal government must scrap the scheme to give them grants-in-aid. An inquiry should be ordered to fix accountability.

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