The MDA government has decided to circulate the reports of the inquiries into the alleged irregularities in the Meghalaya Energy Corporation Limited (MeECL) and the alleged rice scam to all the members of the State Assembly.
This was informed by Deputy Chief Minister Prestone Tynsong to media persons here today.
“We have entrusted to the Political Department to do the needful,” Tynsong said, adding that this was as per the assurance given by him in the autumn session of the Assembly.
It may be mentioned that during the autumn session of the Assembly, some MLAs had asked the government to table the probe reports.
Tynsong had then assured that copies of the reports would be shared with the members of the House.
The Justice (retired) R N Mishra-headed commission, which probed the alleged irregularities in the MeECL submitted its report to the government in March this year.
The independent inquiry headed by Justice (Retired) Mool Chand Garg of Madhya Pradesh High Court was constituted by the State government on July 29 to probe into the rice scam.
The independent inquiry was asked to probe into the matter of rice allotted to Continental Milkose (India) Ltd for the supplementary nutrition program (SNP) found in a private godown in Boko, Assam and seized by Assam police.