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Corruption' in recruitment in health sector after education, formation of inquiry committee of High Court

Corruption' in recruitment in health sector after education, formation of inquiry committee of High Court

 


  In the field of education, in the police, in the fire department - after multiple allegations of recruitment corruption, this time the allegation of recruitment corruption in the field of health also came up in the Calcutta High Court. Earlier, a division bench of Justice Harish Tandon had constituted an inquiry committee headed by Justice Ranjit Kumar Bagh in the Group D case. A three-member commission headed by retired Justice Jayant Kumar Biswas and a division bench of Justice Harish Tandon and Justice Shampa Dutta Pal have been constituted to probe allegations of corruption in the recruitment of medical technologists in the health department.

 Apart from retired Justice Jayant Kumar Biswas, West Bengal Health Recruitment Board Secretary Narendranath Dutta and Calcutta High Court lawyer Ayon Bandopadhyay will also be on the inquiry commission. In addition to the formation of a three-member committee on this day, the court directed that the investigation report be submitted to the court within four weeks. The court said the fate of the employees would depend on the outcome of the case.


 The Division Bench observed in its observation, “This recruitment process is a blazing example of nepotism, favoritism and and abuse of power. Some people have been recruited selectively in the recruitment process. They are considered blue-eyed. " Also, according to the court, “unconstitutional behavior of any person is not acceptable in a constitutional institution. So it is very important to find out the truth. ”


 According to court sources, in 2016, the West Bengal Health Recruitment Board issued a notification for the recruitment of 625 vacant posts of medical technologists under the health department. In 2019, documents were verified and interviewed. The case was filed in the High Court. The plaintiff claims he has passed the MSc. Despite this, he was given 12 marks for his one-year diploma in medical technology. However, some candidates who have passed BSc are given 15 marks by showing their qualification in Lab Technology. And are recruited. The plaintiff challenged this decision before the State Administrative Tribunal (SAT). In February this year, SAT dismissed the petitioner's application.

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