The committee looking into the scams related to the Assam Public Service Commission (APSC) will submit their report within a month, said chief secretary to the state government on Monday.
Chief Secretary Jishnu Barua today said that the probing committee is likely to submit their report soon.
He further informed that a special meeting is scheduled to take place soon. After the meeting, the report will be submitted, Barua added.
It may be noted that earlier retired Gauhati High Court judge Biplab Kumar Sarma had been appointed by the state government to probe into the matter.
Meanwhile, as many as 21 ACS and APS officers have been sent notices to appear before the committee.
All officers of the 2014 batch will have to appear before the committee, reports stated. Of the 21, some were arrested earlier in relation to the case.
They will have to appear before the committee to submit their explanation on the charges framed against them.
It may be noted that charges were earlier framed against a total of 67 people in connection with the infamous APSC scam that rocked Assam.
Of them, 60 were candidates who appeared for the exam, while the remaining seven were APSC members and staff.
The court had also declared two other accused, Sudeep Das and Rajib Pal as absconding from justice.
Rajib Pal is the brother of Rakesh Pal, while Sudeep Das was the personal assistant of Rakesh Pal.
Notably, two of the accused in the case were acquitted due to a lack of evidence.