If 17,000 people are unemployed, I will send them to Shuvendu’s house

Kolkata: 279 persons nominated to the Primary Education Board were recently discharged by the High Court. In cases involving the appointment of pre-primary school service commissioners, several have also been dismissed. Multiple cases of recruitment corruption are being investigated by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). Protests against Beniam have been documented in several sections of the state. In this situation, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee launched a caustic attack on the opposition. On Monday, he went to the assembly and stated he had not employed anyone. Mamata also targeted Shuvendu Adhikari, the opposition leader, without identifying him.

Mamata made major statements on the appointment while standing in the session chamber on this particular day.He states that he does not want someone else’s job. He claimed that he had been tortured into confessing, and that his confession had been gained through torture. Mamata pointed a finger at the Padma Shibir directly in the assembly, while the BJP is attempting to corner the ruling party on recruiting corruption.

The BJP government in Tripura has stated that many jobs will be returned. The Chief Minister, however, has alleged that the post was not returned even after he came to power. “I will not take anyone’s job; it is not Tripura,” he stated. According to Shuvendu Adhikari, the Chief Minister informed him of this.

Shuvendu Adhikari reacted angrily to this remark. Mamata had threatened to send the job seekers home, he claimed. According to Shuvendu, this could worsen the situation in terms of law and order. Mamata further stated that Shuvendu was part in the recruitment process. Shuvendu responded that Perth Chatterjee was unemployed and had never asked for a chalkboard.

Sujan Chakraborty, the head of the Left, has maintained that there was no recruitment corruption during the Left’s time in power. He advised, “Don’t lie so much.” It is not advisable to place oneself on the shoulders of others. Sujan claims that in the last ten years, 80 percent of recruitment has been tainted by corruption.