The Calcutta HC, which says its conscience was shocked by in which this investigation is proceeding orders Mithilesh Kumar Mishra to be kept out of any ED probe related to West Bengal The Calcutta High Court on Friday ordered the Enforcement Directorate to remove officer Mithilesh Kumar Mishra from the investigation of West Bengal’s school jobs scam The director of the Enforcement Directorate is instructed to immediately assign the work entrusted to Mishra to some other competent High Court Justice Amrita Sinha, who came down heavily on the ED recently for its sloppy
The drama over the teacher recruitment scam in the state continued on Friday with TMC leader Abhishek Banerjee challenging the Enforcement Directorate’s summons asking him to appear at its office for questioning. Meanwhile, a judge of the Kolkata high court removed the investigating officer of the central agency, while expressing his dismay over the progress of the probeThe court also directed that Mithilesh Kumar Mishra, ED’s assistant director probing into the alleged recruitment scam who was removed on Friday, would not be given the responsibility for investigation o
Amrita Sinha, who came down heavily on the ED recently for its sloppy probe into the recruitment scam, relieved the central agency’s investigating officer In her order, she said, “On the last occasion, the court interacted with Shri Mishra, who was unable to provide satisfactory answers to the Court’s question. The Court is convinced that the said officer will not be competent enough to handle the present case which is of a huge No force on Earth can hinder my dedication to fight for the people of WB and their fundamental rights. I’ll be in Delhi joining the protest on Oct 2
Director Enforcement Directorate is directed to immediately assign the work entrusted to Mishra Sharma to some other Though the TMC planned to take more than 2,000 job-card holders under the Centre’s rural employment guarantee scheme to Delhi for the protest event in a special train, the railway authorities on Friday evening informed that they would not able to provide the rake because of unavailability of coachescompetent officer immediately.
Trinamool Congress national general secretary Abhishek Banerjee has decided to skip the Enforcement Directorate’s (ED) summons on October 3 in connection with the recruitment scam in West in New DelhiMeanwhile, the Calcutta High Court on Friday observed that the on-going probe in the case should not be stopped on October 3 while removing the ED’s Investigation Officer in the case. Bengal. He has said that he will participate in the party’s agitation programme on October 2 and 3