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GUWAHATI, June 21 � Governor PB Acharya today told a delegation of the voluntary organisation Assam Public Works (APW) that he had given 10 to 15 days� time to Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi to submit the report of the inquiry into the alleged irregularities in the Assam Public Service Commission (APSC).

According to APW president Abhijit Sarma, Acharya also told the APW delegation this afternoon that if the inquiry instituted by the Chief Minister fails to deliver the goods, he would order a CBI inquiry into the alleged irregularities.

Significantly, the APSC chairman also met the Governor this afternoon, preceding the APW delegation�s meeting with the Governor. The Governor told the APW delegation that the APSC chairman had requested him not to make him face the APW members in his chamber and hence the APSC chairman was allowed to talk to him on an one-to-one basis.

In the meeting, the APSC chairman had said that he would make his position clear in writing, within the next seven days, on all the allegations levelled against him.The APSC chairman also told Acharya that he was ready to face a CBI inquiry.

It needs mention here that the APW has been alleging that a niece of Chief Minister�s wife, an accused in multiple police cases, a cousin of an APSC member, a daughter of an APSC official, among others, have been selected to various categories of the State Public Service Commission posts under the stewardship of the present chairman.

Moreover, a driver of the Commission has become a proprietor of a lucrative property in the city, while one official of the Commission owns a bigha of land on the city outskirts and the chairman of the Commission owns flats in Delhi, Gurgaon etc.

It has also called for steps to examine the call records of the seven mobile phones owned by the chairman and the drivers.

The APW delegation also discussed with the Governor the issue of the alleged Rs 3,000-crore�scam in the�State Agriculture Department. The Governor asked the APW to give in writing its allegation on the said scam, which allegedly involves the Agriculture Director and a former Minister of the Department, Sarma said.

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Acharya asks CM to submit report soon

GUWAHATI, June 21 � Governor PB Acharya today told a delegation of the voluntary organisation Assam Public Works (APW) that he had given 10 to 15 days� time to Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi to submit the report of the inquiry into the alleged irregularities in the Assam Public Service Commission (APSC).

According to APW president Abhijit Sarma, Acharya also told the APW delegation this afternoon that if the inquiry instituted by the Chief Minister fails to deliver the goods, he would order a CBI inquiry into the alleged irregularities.

Significantly, the APSC chairman also met the Governor this afternoon, preceding the APW delegation�s meeting with the Governor. The Governor told the APW delegation that the APSC chairman had requested him not to make him face the APW members in his chamber and hence the APSC chairman was allowed to talk to him on an one-to-one basis.

In the meeting, the APSC chairman had said that he would make his position clear in writing, within the next seven days, on all the allegations levelled against him.The APSC chairman also told Acharya that he was ready to face a CBI inquiry.

It needs mention here that the APW has been alleging that a niece of Chief Minister�s wife, an accused in multiple police cases, a cousin of an APSC member, a daughter of an APSC official, among others, have been selected to various categories of the State Public Service Commission posts under the stewardship of the present chairman.

Moreover, a driver of the Commission has become a proprietor of a lucrative property in the city, while one official of the Commission owns a bigha of land on the city outskirts and the chairman of the Commission owns flats in Delhi, Gurgaon etc.

It has also called for steps to examine the call records of the seven mobile phones owned by the chairman and the drivers.

The APW delegation also discussed with the Governor the issue of the alleged Rs 3,000-crore�scam in the�State Agriculture Department. The Governor asked the APW to give in writing its allegation on the said scam, which allegedly involves the Agriculture Director and a former Minister of the Department, Sarma said.

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