Sauvik Majumder, Kolkata: Paresh-daughter Ankita Adhikary’s job is still vacant, Anamika Roy has not got a job even after 4 months. The Calcutta High Court has called for the report of the Siliguri Commissionerate in that case by 12 noon tomorrow. Justice Abhijit Gangopadhyay directed, ‘Why is the police verification report incomplete? The report should be reported to the Siliguri Commissionerate. The Board of Madhya Shiksha told the court, ‘The appointment letter could not be given as the police verification report was incomplete.’ After this, Justice Gangopadhyay said, ‘Which police station is not giving a report? want to know If the police give an adverse report, then I will order another probe.’ With further comments, ‘He is a job seeker, not a militant. If the real militants come, they will run away. I will send it to Anantnag.’
In 2016 the School Service Commission examination was held. The result of that exam came out on May 2, 2017. Allegedly, Ankita Adhikari’s name was not in the first list of SSC. Babita’s name was number 20. After that, when the new merit list was published by SSC, Babita saw her name at number 21. In fact, Ankita, daughter of former state education minister Paresh Adhikari, was dismissed from her job as a school teacher due to a case brought by her. Besides, the court ordered him to return 41 months salary in two installments. But later due to the number-outage, Justice Gangopadhyay ordered the job of Babita Sarkar! The next contender, Anamika Roy, who was named in the merit list, got the job in his place. Justice Abhijit Gangopadhyay ordered his employment within three weeks. Anika Roy was supposed to get all of the Rs 16 lakh Babita received from Ankita Adhikari’s salary. Last May, the Calcutta High Court gave such an order. Justice Abhijit Gangopadhyay said, ‘Babita has given wrong information to the School Service Commission. So the commission has given more marks. That’s why, Bobita’s job cancellation order.’
A few months ago, the School Service Commission released the roll number of job aspirants on the order of the High Court, in an inquiry into the recruitment scam. And then, Babita’s number-outage came to light! Job seeker Anamika claims that Babita wrote during the form filling that she got 440 out of 800 in graduation. That is 55 percent. But, he got more than 60 percent marks in the written form. In view of this, the judge said to Babita, ‘You have made a mistake. You must be punished. I could take strict action towards you, but I am not taking it.’ After that, the court ordered the Board of Secondary Education to terminate Babita’s employment. And after counselling, the School Service Commission was directed to issue a letter of recommendation to Anamika Roy. But despite the fact that it was September, he did not get the job. Why is that? Call for report now.
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