Final Up to date: September 23, 2022, 18:49 IST
Slamming the West Bengal authorities over alleged irregularities in instructor recruitment in colleges, Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Friday questioned when the TMC dispensation will get up from its Kumbhakarna-like’ sleep to supply justice to job aspirants.
He additionally accused the Mamata Banerjee-led authorities of not being eager to redress grievances of candidates who’ve been protesting in opposition to the Faculty Service Fee (SSC) recruitment rip-off regardless that a former state minister and a number of other officers have been arrested within the case.
There may be corruption within the training system, which has come to the forefront. “When will the state authorities get up from its Khumbakarna-like sleep to supply justice to the candidates who’ve been agitating for a very long time,” Pradhan informed reporters after visiting Dakshineswar temple right here.
Kumbhakarna is a mythological character from the Ramayana, who used to sleep six months a yr. Former West Bengal minister Partha Chatterjee and his alleged shut affiliate Arpita Mukherjee had been on July 23 arrested by the Enforcement Directorate, which is probing the cash path within the rip-off.
The company claimed to have seized money, aside from bullion, jewelry and property deeds from the latter’s flats in Kolkata. One other central company CBI had on Monday arrested North Bengal College vice chancellor Subires Bhattacharyya in reference to its probe into the assistant academics’ recruitment irregularities in 2016. The union training minister claimed that he had in August despatched a letter to the state authorities over the alleged irregularities within the SCC recruitment rip-off however didn’t obtain any reply.