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HC to hear contempt case on Sep 28

The Arunachal Pradesh government steps up the process to prosecute sanction against public servants. In its recent affidavit before the Gauhati High Court, the government said that out of 47 persons, for 23 persons prosecution sanction has been granted. In respect of 24 persons, 3 have been retired, 2 have been expired, 2 have been dropped and 1 has been rejected. Therefore, in the net for remaining of 16 persons prosecution sanction is under process. Here is the detail chart of the public servants.

 

Sl. No.

Name of person

Case No.

Designation during that period

1

Rebom Nguso

06/2007,

03/2009

(Sanction not required in 3/2009 as reported by SP SIC since case is submitted FR in the Court).

DF & CSO Daporijo

2

Marnya Ete

06/2007

Former DC West Siang

3

Tapuk Taku MLA

07/2007

Former DSO Seppa

4

Likha Takam

08/2005

SK CPO Lada

5

Nakap Sangyu

08/2005

SK Mengio

6

Sono Thadang

06/2007

Former store keeper, CPO Pipu-Dipu

7

Gamli Padu

06/2007

Former DC Upper Siang

8

A C Verma, IAS

04/2007

03/2009

(Sanction not required in 3/2009 as reported by SP SIC since case is submitted FR in the Court).

Former DC East Siang

9

C W Chakap

04/2007

Former D F & CSO Seppa

10

H K Shalla

04/2007

Former DC Daporijo

11

G Paul

04/2007

Former DSO Daporijo

12

T Kadu

04/2007

Former DSO Ziro

13

Tamo Byai

04/2007

Supply Supt Ziro

14

H Lollen

04/2007

Former DC Daporijo

15

Tam Takio

04/2007

Former DSO Papumpare

16

P K Hatiboruah

08/2005

Former storekeeper

CPO Pakke Kessang

17

Makbul Pertin

04/2007

Former DC Kurung Kumey

18

Taye Taloh

06/2007

Former DC East Siang

19

Tagom Darang

06/2007

Former DC East Siang

20

Yuwa Takar

04/2007

Former DC Kurung Kumey

21

K Riba

06/2007

Former DC Upper Siang

22

CB Kumar, IAS

04/2007

Former DC Yupia

23

Keshav Chandra, IAS

04/2007

Former DC, Ziro

24

V. Abraham, IAS

05/2007

Former DC, Anini

 

 

Notably, earlier the Gauhati High Court directed the Arunachal Pradesh government to submit the information regarding how many public servant sanction is to be granted and out of them how many are retired and how many are in service. 

The Court deferred the hearing of the discharge of the DGP from the contempt proceedings till September 28. But it exempted the personal appearance of the DGP. It is mentioned herein that earlier the High Court had issued non-bailable warrant of arrest against the Chief Secretary and the DGP, which was subsequently stayed by the Supreme Court on September 9.

Additional Advocate General, Kardak Ete appeared for the Chief Secretary and Senior Counsel Bhaskar Dev Konwar appeared for the Director General of Police.

 

 

 

 

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