The Calcutta High Court has ordered an investigation into a case relating to the employment of a primary teacher and directed the Central Agency to submit their report in a sealed envelope on 15 June.
One tribunal told Judge Abhijit Gangupadhyay that the name of one of Chandan Mandal emerged due to allegations of illegally giving him jobs in exchange for money, and directed the CBI to question him after he was taken into custody. The court also requested the former Minister of State and IPS Officer Abendranath Biswas to cooperate in the investigation. By the way, Upendranath is a former Additional Director of CBI.
Meanwhile, on Wednesday, the police arrested about 10 candidates, who claimed that they qualified for the Teachers Eligibility Examination (TET) but did not get jobs yet, due to their protest in front of the State Secretariat, Nabbana, where the banning orders are in effect.
According to a police officer, protesters gathered in front of Nabana, demanding that they be given jobs immediately. However, the police soon detained them and drove them out of the area.