Big blow to the mamata government from the High Court?

The West bengal government has received a big blow from the calcutta High Court. The high court has ordered a cbi investigation in the 2016 school recruitment scam case. The court has canceled the appointments of all teaching and non-teaching staff and has also directed them to return their salaries within 6 weeks. After this decision, challenges may increase for the mamata banerjee government amid the lok sabha elections 2024. Citing this decision, all the opposition parties including bjp will strongly raise the issue of corruption in the state.

Mamta government was disgraced in this matter

In 2016, several petitions were filed regarding irregularities in the recruitment of teaching and non-teaching staff through state-level tests in government-sponsored and aided schools. During the cbi investigation into this case, former state education minister Partha Chatterjee was also arrested. There were serious allegations against mamata Banerjee's government regarding corruption. Now the high court has also given a green signal to the cbi investigation. Also this appointment has been declared illegal.

Order to return salary in 6 weeks

After this order of the high court, there was despair among those families who were employed. The high court has also ordered the mamata government to return the salary within 6 weeks. The bench of Justice Debangsu Basak and Justice Mohammad Shabbar Rashidi of calcutta high court has given this decision. With this decision of the court, the jobs of 25,753 teachers will end in one stroke.

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