Tuesday, February 8, 2011

CoI scrutiny underway at DACs, racing towards 20 Feb deadline

GANGTOK, 08 Feb: All the four district administrative centres in Sikkim are busy with the verification of Sikkim Subjects Certificates and Certificates of Identification, a task assigned to them by the State Government with a deadline set for 20 February.
Confirming the same, a senior official at the DAC, East, informed that the verification process was underway full swing and that the officials were trying their best to complete the task within the prescribed deadline.
The District Collector [South], AK Singh, when contacted, informed that his office was seeking the assistance of the Special Branch to complete the task and informed that a letter to this effect was dispatched to the Superintendent of  Police [South] on Monday yesterday.
Meanwhile, the DC [West], Santa Pradhan, informed that they have assigned the task of preliminary verification to the Panchayat members.
“After their verifications, our office will carry out the final process,” Mr. Pradhan said.
Regarding the 20 February deadline, the he stated that it was unlikely that this deadline could be met and that they will be requesting for more time.
On total numbers of CoI holders in West Sikkim, he said, “I can’t tell the exact figure right away, but we have a 427-page preliminary list with every page containing at least 12 names.”

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