Allegations Of Rampant Corruption In SSC SLST: New corruption in SSC SLST came to light after the merit list was published. Job aspirants claim that there has been widespread corruption in SLST recruitment. On the one hand, as the reservation rules were not obeyed, many people who were not named on the merit list got appointment letters. Justice Abhijit Gangopadhyay allowed the filing of the case after hearing this complaint in court on Thursday.
Allegations Of Rampant Corruption In SSC SLST
The lawyer of the litigants Firdous Shamim said that the SSC was forced to publish the merit list with the marks of SLST recently by the order of the court. That list has several discrepancies with the earlier published list. Not only that, the reservation rules were not followed in making the list. There are several cases of people getting jobs even though their names are at the bottom of the list. There are also cases where the name is not on the list and the job is received.
Hearing this, Justice Gangopadhyay ordered Firdous Shamim to file a new case regarding SLST corruption. Firdous started the process of filing the case after that. As a result, a new case has been added to the long list of teacher recruitment corruption cases.
ED has so far recovered around 50 crore cash from 2 addresses of Arpita Mukhopadhyay, who is close to former state education minister Partha Chatterjee, in 2 rounds of searches. Besides, a lot of gold and property documents were recovered. Job seekers claim that Perth hired them in exchange for money after depriving them. That money was recovered from his wife’s address.
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