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Big action of CBI in SSC scam, two arrested

Shanti Prasad Sinha and Ashok Saha arrested
Each are near Partha Chatterjee
NewsDesk Correspondent
Kolkata : CBI has made arrests for the primary time in SSC recruitment rip-off. Two former SSC advisors Shanti Prasad Sinha and Ashok Saha have been arrested. Each of them are thought-about near Partha Chatterjee. Shanti Prasad was the convenor of the five-member committee of SSC and Ashok Saha was the then secretary of the West Bengal Central Faculty Service Fee. Each of them can be produced within the courtroom as we speak i.e. on Thursday.
Within the FIR registered by the CBI on this case, the primary identify was that of Shanti Prasad and the identify of Ashok was within the fourth place. In response to CBI sources, it was determined to arrest the 2 after discovering discrepancies within the interrogation. Former SSC convenor Shanti Prasad and former SSC secretary Ashok Saha have been named within the report of the Bagh Committee appointed by the Excessive Court docket. In response to CBI sources, each of them have been making an attempt to mislead the investigators and have been hiding data, therefore Shanti Prasad and Ashok have been arrested. It’s alleged that these individuals rigged the appointment of Group C. This rip-off was performed after the expiry of the time period of the panel i.e. 18 May 2019. Instead of real candidates, non-qualified candidates have been recruited. CBI has arrested each of them in case quantity RC 0102020 A 0005. They have been questioned a number of occasions however have been lastly arrested after not getting passable solutions. It’s noteworthy that earlier, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) had arrested state minister Partha Chatterjee and his shut aide Arpita Mukhopadhyay within the recruitment corruption case. Through the search of the ED, about Rs 50 crore in money was recovered from two flats of Arpita in Tallyganj and Belgharia. Investigators have additionally unearthed a number of properties belonging to Parth-Arpita from varied paperwork. When there have been allegations of corruption in SSC recruitment, an advisory committee was shaped by Education Minister Partha Chatterjee. Shantiprasad was the pinnacle of that committee. In response to CBI sources, pretend appointments have been advisable via this advisory committee. Therefore the primary identify within the FIR registered by the CBI is that of Shantiprasad.

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