ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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NORTH-Procurement at a Price

 gence gap and that the state government was altogether unaware of the dimensions of the discontent inside the PAC when it recently imposed certain restrictions on the scope of the parishad the PAC wanted to organise. PAC men paid the salaries of chapparasis and loss than are the orderlies attached to officers. The gap between the civil police and the armed constabulary in terms of emoluments is wide. If the political parties have been organising the armed constabulary, the state government was blissfully unaware of the implications of this politicisation as the intelligence wing was sympathetic to the PAC and did not want to report things.

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