Calcutta High Court Direction To Question West Bengal Minister Over Job To His Daughter In Govt School ANN

West Bengal's Minister of State for Education Paresh Chandra Adhikari's...

West Bengal’s Minister of State for Education Paresh Chandra Adhikari’s difficulties may increase. The Calcutta High Court has directed the minister to appear before the CBI immediately for questioning. The Minister of State for Education is accused of giving a job to the daughter in a school running with the help of the state government despite low marks. Now the CBI can interrogate the minister in this case.

Minister did not reach for questioning
High Court Judge Abhijit Ganguly directed that the minister should appear before CBI officials by 8 pm on Tuesday for questioning in connection with the allegations. But the ministers present in North Bengal did not turn up for questioning yesterday. He boarded the train for Kolkata last night, but did not come to Kolkata and got down at Burdwan.

What are the allegations made?
One of the petitioners has alleged that despite securing more marks than the minister’s daughter in the recruitment examination, she was not given a job. Abhijit Ganguly also handed over the investigation of alleged rigging in the appointment of teachers in class 11th and 12th to the CBI. During the hearing of the case, the petitioner’s lawyer Firdaur Shamim claimed that his client had secured 77 marks in the recruitment examination, while the minister’s daughter got only 61 marks.

Before landing at Burdwan station, the minister had said that he was leaving for Kolkata only due to the order of the court. However, he refused to say anything on the matter.

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