In a significant development, the Guwahati High Court has recently taken action by issuing a notice to the Assam government, demanding a response within four weeks regarding a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) related to the APSC (Assam Public Service Commission) scam. The court’s decision comes in light of the Biplab Kumar Sharma Commission’s inquiry report.
The PIL, filed by concerned citizens seeking accountability and justice, highlights the alleged irregularities and corruption within the APSC. The Biplab Kumar Sharma Commission was appointed by the state government to investigate the matter thoroughly and provide a detailed report on its findings.
The Guwahati High Court’s notice signals its active involvement in ensuring transparency and fair investigation into the APSC scam. By seeking a response from the Assam government, the court aims to hold the authorities accountable for the alleged wrongdoings and to uphold the principles of justice and rule of law.
While specific details about the APSC scam and the findings of the Biplab Kumar Sharma Commission are not provided in the available information, the court’s move reflects its commitment to impartially examine the matter and deliver justice to the aggrieved parties.
As this is an ongoing legal process, it is important to follow the updates from credible news sources or official statements to obtain the latest information regarding the response from the Assam government and the subsequent actions by the Guwahati High Court.