The appointment of 98 persons in Group D seats by the School Service Commission has sparked outrage in Kolkata. At this time, it is unknown what he will do after leaving the position. In the instance, the Calcutta High Court ruled that 96 people’s paychecks be halted. On Friday, at the hearing of the case involving SSC appointments, it was ordered that the pay of those 96 employees be stopped. Justice Abhijit Gangopadhyay of a single bench further ordered the CBI to question the authorities involved in the appointment. The 96 would not be allowed to enter the school, according to the court.
Members of the High Power Committee were also told that they would be interrogated.
Corruption has infiltrated every level of the SSC. The court has moved quickly to investigate the allegations. Following a court order, Shanti Prasad Sinha, a former SSC adviser, was questioned by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) late Thursday night. This time, the judge ordered that more than one officer be interrogated.
On Friday, the single bench ordered that those who were members of the school education department’s High Power Committee at the time of their appointment be associated with the case. Each of them has also been ordered to be interrogated by the CBI. S Acharya, PK Banerjee, T Panja, and AK Sarkar are among those on the list. They’ve all been asked to be questioned. Those who take action not show up at the CBI office will be closely watched by the court.
The report was submitted by the CBI
The CBI submitted the report in a sealed envelope on Friday. SP Y Sinha said on the same day that he was quizzed until 2.30 p.m.
A lawyer for the SSC, Sutnu Patra, claimed the SSC was reporting in a second report that none of the 96 had been recommended. The judge stated, “None of them will be paid.” They are unable to enter the school. ’ Why did you stay up so late? Justice asked Sinha’s counsel, Vishwaroop Bhattacharya, if he was cooperating with the CBI. At 7:30 p.m., copies are delivered.
“No matter what the political identity, there is no problem.”
The judge said, “If the CBI thinks that anyone needs to be questioned, it can ask questions.” Regardless of his political identity, there is no problem. ‘ The court directed that the CBI would file a case against each of them.