#Kolkata: The CBI has formed a six-member Special Investigation Team (SIT) to probe primary recruitment corruption The Central Investigation Agency (CIA) has submitted a report to the High Court on the same day A few days ago, Calcutta High Court Judge Abhijit Ganguly expressed displeasure over the CBI’s role in the SSC corruption probe. He further said that the results might have been better if the CBI had formed a seat without investigating the matter
Following the observation of the High Court judge, the CBI took action On the same day, the CBI informed that a 7-member seat would be formed in the High Court to investigate the recruitment corruption in the primary. There will be one additional SP out of six, two deputy SPs and three inspectors.
The seat will be overseen by Rajiv Mishra, Station Head, CBI Office, Nizam Palace. Joint Director N Benugopal will oversee the SIT’s investigation
So far, Kolkata High Court Justice Abhijit Gangopadhyay has directed CBI probe into two primary cases. A few days ago, the High Court canceled the jobs of 269 primary teachers on the charge of irregularities in recruitment
The High Court directed Prathmi to conduct the first CBI probe on the basis of information provided by former CBI chief Upen Biswas. On the same day, Upen Biswas questioned in the court that the seat should be supervised by a joint CBI officer. However, the CBI rejected the proposal