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Kolkata, September 27: A fresh investigation campaign is being conducted in the teacher recruitment case in West Bengal. It is being told that cash worth crores of rupees has been misappropriated in this company. For which Sketch has started an investigation. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has launched a large-scale operation on outsourced goods and pipelines in many places of Edema. These outsourced agencies are responsible for providing maximum rocket power to the West Bengal School Service Commission (WBSSC) and the West Bengal Board of Primary Education (WBIPE) to conduct recruitment examinations.
WBSSC and WBPE are various examinations conducted for the recruitment of teaching and non-teaching staff in schools of West Bengal.
Cook Majhi was first called to the agency’s office in Nizam Palace in central Kolkata for questioning. Kush Majhi is the top executive of the Kolkata office of the mentioned outsource unit S Basu Roy & Company.
Subsequently, the SKI expedition and the goods were accounted for separately in separate counts by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).
The plot details the location where Inquilab’s team is running a stock and steroid campaign, with several offices of outsourced units as well as a volcano located in that location. Apart from the tools in the outsourced unit, there are also residences of many top officials.
Parallelly, action is also being taken by the North East PHD officials in the teacher recruitment scam case in West Bengal. When DH officials talked to these DK officials, DK officials filed a nomination for this post. After which a new exploration of the Universe began in this matter.
The role of the outsourcers’ unit in the teacher recruitment scam case in West Bengal came to light when Grand Duke Abhijit Gangopadhyay of the Kolkata High Court referred to even the secretariat between the West Bengal Board of Primary Education (WBIPE) and the outsourcer agency in June this year. Raised the question. He questioned how this private outsourced agency reached the trust section of the West Bengal Primary Education Board. He also asked whether there is any legal provision for any private organization to have access to the WBPE conference section. Because no external entity or trusted segment is a part of it. Providing any kind of information or sharing data with any external agency is not approved by the Board.