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Chief Minister's Special Vigilance Cell Interrogate 10 APDCL Candidates Out Of 124 Today

The Chief Minister’s Special Vigilance Cell had earlier received information of suspicious money transactions between these 300 candidates and culprits behind the APDCL recruitment scam.

Chief Ministers Special Vigilance Cell Interrogate 10 APDCL Candidates Out Of 124 Today

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  4 Oct 2021 2:34 PM GMT

Guwahati: An interrogation will be carried out by Chief Minister's Special Vigilance Cell to 10 APDCL candidates out of 300 on Monday.

Superintendent of Police, Rosie Kalita will carry out the interrogation.

The Chief Minister's Special Vigilance Cell had earlier received information of suspicious money transactions between these 300 candidates and culprits behind the APDCL recruitment scam.

124 candidates were summoned by the vigilance cell, among which 10 will be interrogated on Monday.

Sources, said that allegations of anomalies were found in exams.

After investigation, the CM's Special Vigilance Cell registered a case 04/2021 u/s 120B/420/468/471 IPC, r/w Section 7/13(b) of PC (Amendment) Act, 2014 and arrested the 10 people in connection to the case.

They were Dipankar Dihingia, OSD to APDCL Chairman; Sasanka Saikia, LDA, GU; Tridip Sarma, a person of Expedia ESolutions outsourced by GU; Babilon Kakati, private security of GU; and six employees of NEICOM – Dulumoni Deka, Farha Alam, Jayanta Deka, Kankan Sarma, Kaushik Das, and Biswajit Barman.

Continuing the probe into the APDCL (Assam Power Distribution Company Limited) recruitment examination scam, sleuths of the Chief Minister's Special Vigilance Cell earlier quizzed two officials of the company, namely Daisyim Hazarika and Sanjay Bhowmik.

Prof. Borah, Secretary, University Classes (in-charge) of Gauhati University, has been already relieved of his responsibilities. He had cited personal reasons for his "inability" to carry out the administrative responsibilities assigned to him. The GU had constituted an 'External Examination Cell' for evaluation of the answer sheets handed over by the APDCL. Prof. Borah, along with two other members, was included in that cell

Both the ADCL personnel have been asked to appear before the CM's Vigilance Cell on Thursday also. Moreover, the investigating team has directed GU (Gauhati University) Professor Dilip Borah to appear before them on Thursday.

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