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Chief Secy yet to act on charges: PMO

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JORHAT, Jan 10 � In response to a request �to take lawful action against the misappropriation of Central fund by the Jorhat Municipal Board (JMB) and to stop the sale and purchase of agricultural land�, the Prime Minister�s Office (PMO) has said to the complainant that it has yet to receive the action taken report from the Chief Secretary of the State, who was asked to take action in connection with the case.

Receiving a postal intimation from the PMO today, Jorhat-based advocate (one of the four complainants) Gautam Bora said the State Chief Secretary was told by the PMO on December 2, 2014 to take appropriate action against the case of alleged corruption and illegal sale and purchase of agricultural land in the adjoining areas of the city by flouting legal norms.

As the PMO is yet to receive the action report from the Chief Secretary, it has informed complainant Bora about the pending official intimation from the State Chief Secretary�s office about the particular case of alleged graft.

Along with advocate Bora, three other citizens of Jorhat � namely Jayanta Borkotoky, Prabal Dutta and Mahendra Prasad � requested the Prime Minister to initiate action against the misappropriation of Central fund by JMB, which they alleged, was involved in transfer of agricultural land by illegal means �in collaboration with some land mafias and some powerful and influential officials�.

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Chief Secy yet to act on charges: PMO

JORHAT, Jan 10 � In response to a request �to take lawful action against the misappropriation of Central fund by the Jorhat Municipal Board (JMB) and to stop the sale and purchase of agricultural land�, the Prime Minister�s Office (PMO) has said to the complainant that it has yet to receive the action taken report from the Chief Secretary of the State, who was asked to take action in connection with the case.

Receiving a postal intimation from the PMO today, Jorhat-based advocate (one of the four complainants) Gautam Bora said the State Chief Secretary was told by the PMO on December 2, 2014 to take appropriate action against the case of alleged corruption and illegal sale and purchase of agricultural land in the adjoining areas of the city by flouting legal norms.

As the PMO is yet to receive the action report from the Chief Secretary, it has informed complainant Bora about the pending official intimation from the State Chief Secretary�s office about the particular case of alleged graft.

Along with advocate Bora, three other citizens of Jorhat � namely Jayanta Borkotoky, Prabal Dutta and Mahendra Prasad � requested the Prime Minister to initiate action against the misappropriation of Central fund by JMB, which they alleged, was involved in transfer of agricultural land by illegal means �in collaboration with some land mafias and some powerful and influential officials�.