SAC to be functional by March end: AG informs HC
Jammu, Jan 1: The state government on Friday committed to make the State Accountability Commission functional by end of March this year.
This was stated by advocate general M I Qadiri before Justice J P Singh in the High Court Jammu Wing.
The advocate general made the statement as per the direction of the High Court and said the state government intended to convene meeting of the statutory committee for obtaining its recommendations for appointment of the chairperson and members of the SAC in February this year. However, he said this was subject to the availability of the dignitaries constituting the committee.
He informed the court that government was committed to make the SAC functional without any loss of time. According to AG, the government intended to make the SAC functional by the end of March 2010.
Justice Singh after hearing the statement by advocate general disposed of the petition as settled.
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