Primary TET irregularities: CBI investigates many locations in Kolkata

Eight teams of CBI sleuths conducted search operations in the city on Thursday . Raids are in connection with the investigation into suspected irregularities in the Teachers Eligibility Test .

KOLKATA (KoLKATA): According to a senior officer, eight teams of CBI sleuths conducted search operations in the city on Thursday, including the West Bengal Board of Primary Education office, in connection with the investigation into suspected irregularities in the Teachers Eligibility Test.According to a central agency source, at least 50 CBI agents have been deployed in the ongoing raids at various places, including at the residence of former WBBPE president Manik Bhattacharya, who is also an MLA of the ruling Trinamool Congress.Congratulations!You have successfully cast your voteLogin to see resultsAuch as he said, police have launched raids at various locations.

Our agents are stationed in the case of an unauthorized trip.According to a CBI officer, they are interfacing with family members of Bhattacharya and Bagchi and conducting the necessary investigations there.In a division bench, a single bench order of the Calcutta High Court directing a CBI probe into suspected misconduct in the appointment of teachers as per a panel from the Teachers Eligibility Test (TET), 2014, was challenged.Since the high court ordered the Central Bureau of Investigation to look at the alleged illicit appointments, a special investigation team was formed.