Pimpri Chinchwad municipal commissioner Ashish Sharma will review the progress in clearing audit objections on Thursday.
The PCMC had sent a letter to all chiefs of civic departments on May 6 asking them to clear the audit objections and furnish the requisite records in one month for audit period 1998-99 to 2004-05.
But still date the civic departments have not furnished the requisite records and cleared the audit objections according to the report given by the chief auditor and audit department.
About 114 officials were given seven days show-cause notices. The period of the show-cause notice expired on September 15 but still no action has been taken against any civic official.
According to independent corporator Maruti Bhapkar, PCMC officials have still not cleared objections on expenditure of Rs 264 crore. He has threatened to file a contempt of court notice against the PCMC in Bombay high court if the civic officials failed to clear the audit objections.
Speaking to TOI on Friday, Sudhir Rajderkar, chief auditor, PCMC said, "I met the municipal commissioner and brought the fact to his notice that many civic departments have not given the necessary records due to which the audit objections could not be cleared.
The municipal commissioner has told us to give three days more to the engineering department to clear the objections as it has not cleared maximum number of audit objections."
Rajderkar said that officials of his department were compiling information about clarifications received so far and a comprehensive report will be submitted to the municipal commissioner in couple of days.
Speaking to TOI, Maruti Bhapkar said, "The municipal commissioner should take strict action against errant officials and the audit objection amount should be recovered from them. Criminal cases should be lodged against them."