- The decision-makers at its helm belong to one political party. Besides,[comma] there is total lack of transparency about the use of the funds.
I know that these two sentences can be separated using a semicolon, but I have seen this structure multiple times in newspaper columns. Why do people use this sentence even though it is grammatically incorrect?
Some people use commas differently from the rules mentioned to use them in grammar books. I have read multiple books to learn comma rules, but my knowledge regarding punctuation seems incomplete when I see some confusing sentences in which commas have been used differently.
Some people use comma differently from rules mentioned to use it in grammar books. I have read multiple books to learn comma rules but my knowledge regarding punctuation seems incomplete when I see some confusing sentences in which comma has been used differently.
Could you explain the reason for this comma also?
- The only announcement to be made till date about the usage of the funds is the allocation of ₹3,100 crore for COVID-19 work,[comma] made on May 13 — ₹2,000 crore of which is mired in controversy. Source