Kolkata:: In deep hassle for former West Bengal minister and arrested TMC chief Partha Chatterjee, the Law Enforcement Directorate has now requested info from the West Bengal Primary Education Board on the appointment of lecturers elementary college since 2011 as a part of his ongoing investigation into a faculty job rip-off.
According to experiences, the central company has written to the chairman of the board for digital copies of particulars associated to the appointments by Thursday. A supply inside the schooling physique mentioned related officers in main colleges in all districts have been requested to supply the knowledge in time.
Partha Chatterjee is presently within the custody of the Director of Law Enforcement (ED) in reference to the recruitment of lecturers and employees in government-subsidized colleges. The central investigative company claimed to have discovered a number of incriminating items of proof pointing to his involvement in alleged irregularities within the appointment of lecturers by the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) in 2014.
The Kolkata High Court had earlier ordered a CBI investigation into the 2014 Primary Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) and dismissed 269 individuals recruited by the check. The appointments had been made throughout Chatterjee’s tenure as state schooling minister.
The seizure record of recoveries from Chatterjee’s home in Naktala additionally established his involvement in TFW corruption, the company claimed. The ED had beforehand arrested suspended Trinamool Congress chief and former Minister of State Partha Chatterjee, and his shut affiliate Arpita Mukherjee for their alleged involvement within the multi-crore rip-off.