Teachers’ scam: Calcutta HC expresses doubts over CBI’s role


KOLKATA: In an unprecedented improvement, a single-judge bench of the Calcutta Excessive Courtroom on Tuesday expressed doubts over the position of sure officers of the CBI probing the academics’ recruitment irregularities rip-off in West Bengal, particularly in appointment of academics in ninth and tenth requirements in several state-run colleges.

Whereas listening to the matter in such a case, Justice Biswajit Basu of the Calcutta Excessive Courtroom even noticed that plainly in sure instances the CBI is deliberately delaying the matter.

“I feel that you are intentionally delaying the process. Act fast to remove the garbage from the society and make space for the eligible candidates,” Justice Basu informed the CBI counsel on Tuesday.

He turned livid after he detected gross variations between the road of argument of the CBI counsel and the contents of a progress report submitted by the central company in a sealed envelope at his courtroom on Tuesday.

“Such mistakes from a principal investigating agency of the country are unpardonable. The counsel of CBI seems to have more information than the investigating officials of the agency. How is that possible? It creates doubt about the role of the agency. You should have cross -Checked the documents thrice before forwarding them to the court,” he mentioned.

On the event, Justice Basu additionally expressed anguish on the West Bengal Faculty Service Fee (WBSSC) on this depend.

“The court cannot take all the responsibilities. Why are you remaining silent even after such a forgery? Who are you scared of? Use your authority. Ask the WBSSC chairman to replace the ineligible ones with eligible candidates,” Justice Basu informed the fee’s counsel. .

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