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Clear position: Acharya to Paul

In a bid to put at rest the controvrersy over the ACS examination, Governor PB Acharya is meeting APSC chairman Rakesh Paul on Sunday.
Acharya invited Paul after he listened to the allegations by a Assam Public Works delegation on Saturday.
The delegation was also present in the meeting at the Raj Bhawan where Paul cleared his position. 
A six-member APW delegation met the Governor at the Raj Bhawan on Saturday and alleged rampant corruption in APSC at the instance by the Chairman.

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