Last Updated: 31st March, 2022 21:36 IST
Meghalaya: Justice RN Mishra submits report on MeECL to CM Conrad Sangma
The Independent Inquiry Committee headed by retired Justice RN Mishra submitted its report comprising findings and recommendations into alleged irregularities in the Meghalaya Energy Corporation Limited or MeECL to Meghalaya
The Independent Inquiry Committee headed by retired Justice RN Mishra submitted its report comprising findings and recommendations into alleged irregularities in the Meghalaya Energy Corporation Limited or MeECL to Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma.
The report was handed over to Chief Ministry Conrad Sangma in New Delhi on Tuesday when the Chief Minister was here to sign the historic Assam Meghalaya border deal.
The committee has looked into various aspects of the functioning of the Meghalaya Electric Corporation Limited and its three subsidiaries- Meghalaya Power Generation Corporation Limited, Meghalaya Power Transmission Corporation Limited and Meghalaya Power Distribution Corporation Limited.
The committee had prepared the report after looking into relevant records, visiting MeECL offices and holding interactions with its staff.
First Published: 30th March, 2022 17:01 IST
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