In the teacher appointment corruption case, the chairman has been ordered to appear in the court.
Kolkata, June 22 (H.S.). In the case of massive rigging in the appointment of teachers through the School Service Commission (SSC), now the chairman Siddharth Majumdar has been directed to appear in the court. During the hearing on Wednesday, Justice Rajasekhar Mantha said that the SSC chairman will have to reach the court at 10:30 am on Thursday.
In fact, in 2016, there have been allegations of irregularities in the appointment of geography teachers in the ninth and tenth grades. The hearing in this regard is going on in the High Court. The SSC was asked to submit the report in this matter within June 7 but it was not done. After which the angry judge has asked Siddharth Majumdar to appear.
The petitioners have alleged that many of the people who were appointed as geography teachers in 2016 were less in numbers. There has been a demand to make public the marks of all the passing people. In this regard, SSC’s advocate Sutanu Patra said that the server room of SSC has been taken into custody by CBI. The number cannot be made public until the CBI’s permission is not given. Justice asked whether he has written a letter to the CBI in this regard. Advocates could not give a clear answer on this. After this, Siddharth Majumdar has been ordered to appear in the court on Thursday.