Govt constitutes Special Task Force to fix responsibility
MISSING CABINET DECISION RECORDS
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, May 22: The State government today constituted a Special Task Force to find out the circumstances under which the record of 1975 cabinet decision – pertaining to the agreement between the state and the Centre for execution, energy-sharing and transfer of Salal Power Project on the Chenab to J&K–has gone missing and fix responsibility on the officers responsible for it.
Official sources said that the STF has been constituted on the recommendation of a Cabinet Sub Committee, which was formed to study the ways and means to buy back the NHPC run power projects in the state.
The Task Force will be headed by the Commissioner Secretary General Administrative Department and comprise of Additional Secretary PDD, Additional Secretary GAD and Additional Secretary in the Governor’s Secretariat as its members.
The committee will “look into the circumstances leading to the misplacement of records pertaining to Cabinet Decision No 328 dated 21.06.1975 and also fix the responsibility for the lapse”.
Official sources said that the state government has so far suffered loss to the tune of more than 2300 Crore due to the non-implementation of this cabinet decision – record of which has gone missing from the official records.
It was on the basis of this decision that the state government entered into an agreement with NHPC for Salal Power Project. However, the record pertaining to the cabinet decision as well as the agreement was found to be missing.
Lastupdate on : Tue, 22 May 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Tue, 22 May 2012 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Wed, 23 May 2012 00:00:00 IST
- MORE FROM JAMMU
- Mufti for hassle-free cross-LoC trade, travel
- JK youth a talented human resource: Omar
- Govt constitutes Special Task Force to fix responsibility
- Militant killed near LoC
- COUPLE CRUSHED; 22 WOUNDED IN POONCH MISHAP
- METERED AREAS WITNESS 8-HOUR POWER CUT
- PROTEST OVER ERRATIC POWER, WATER SUPPLY
- OVER 50 KPs COURT ARREST
- SAGAR REVIEWS PROGRESS OF DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
- Six member BJP delegation to visit JK
‘It Can Help Restore Peace, Normalcy’
Srinagar, May 22: Governor N N Vohra Tuesday said that peace and normalcy cannot be achieved through the efforts of governments and ministers alone but rather through the true understanding of philosophical More
- Srinagar City
No such proposal as stretch falls in cantonment domain: Beacon
SHABIR IBN YUSUF
Srinagar, May 22: Contrary to government claims that efforts were on to widen the congested Pantha Chowk, a vital link to south Kashmir, the Beacon which looks after the highway works has distanced itself More
Pins Hope On Indo-Pak secretary level talks
Gool (Ramban), May 22: Reiterating demand of providing requisite facilities to further facilitate the cross LoC trade, patron of the Peoples Democratic Party, Mufti Muhammad Sayeed, today hoped that some More
- South Asia
NISAR AHMED THOKAR
Islamabad, May 22: The chief of Jamat-e-Islami Pakistan Syed Munawar Hassan on Tuesday said that the party will continue its support to Kashmir issue unless the people of Kashmir achieve their globally More