Kerala govt yet to release inquiry commission report on Sprinklr
Chennai: The Left government is yet to release the inquiry commission report on Sprinklr.
The inquiry commission had presented the report to the government on October 17. Commission chairman and former union aviation secretary M. Madhavan Nair himself presented the report to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and Chief Secretary Viswas Mehta at the Secretariat.
It is learnt that the inquiry commission had clarified that the government must take steps to inform the public about the report. But even after three weeks of receiving the report, the government is yet to inform the public about its content.
It is learnt that the inquiry commission has sharply criticised the government in the 22-page report. Sources linked to the inquiry commission told mathrubhumi.com that there were lapses from the government while entering into a contract with a company from outside over collecting and analysing data regarding public health.
It is learnt that even if the extraordinary circumstances due to the COVID-19 pandemic are taken into consideration, there were severe lapses from the part of the government.
The report also gives directions on how to avoid such lapses in the future. It is learnt that inquiry commission member Gulshan Rai, who is an expert in the field of data security, prepared the report.