Justice Gangopadhyay shocked to see CBI report
An important name is also mentioned in the CBI report.
Kolkata In the case of illegal appointments to 269 posts of primary teachers, the report was presented by the CBI in a sealed cover of the High Court Justice Abhijit Gangopadhyay on Wednesday. After perusing the report, Justice Gangopadhyay remarked that it contained shocking facts. On this, it was said on behalf of CBI that a prominent name has also emerged in this case. But this name could not be disclosed.
Presenting the report, CBI advocate Billadal Bhattacharya said that along with this prominent name, more names have emerged. He requested Justice Gangopadhyay that the investigation is still on and it should not be disclosed in his interest. Along with this, he said that a detailed report will be presented in this regard on September 28. Giving this information, Advocate Firdous Shamim said that these 269 people were appointed by giving one extra number each. Justice Gangopadhyay had ordered the Primary School Board to give a copy of the resolution passed in this regard. It was only after this that the CFSL was ordered to conduct a forensic examination of the age, ink and handwriting of the paper. It has not been disclosed in the forensic report that came in this regard, so there was discussion about sending it to the forensic lab in Chandigarh or Hyderabad, but no order was given. There is a contradiction in the affidavit filed by Devjyoti Sarkar and Sister Amelie, two members of the expert committee in this matter. One has said that it was decided to give one number extra to only 269 applicants while the other said that it was decided to give one number extra to all. Justice Gangopadhyay has ordered that the merit list of these 269 along with the rank be produced in the court. The board will have to inform the court on September 23 in which mode it will be filed.