By order of the judge The jobs of 94 people were canceled in the primary

According to the judge's orders, the jobs of 94 people were also canceled in the primary recruitment corruption case. On the orders of the court, the Board of Primary Education told the court that 96 people were summoned for document verification. 94 of them could not show evidence. 

Justice Amrita Singh ordered that the jobs of those 94 people should be canceled and qualified people should be appointed on the basis of merit. She further directed that the merit list along with the number-splitting of the recruitment of 2016 and 2020 should be published by 3rd November. The next hearing of the case is on 30th November.     

In the case of Ramesh Malik and Soumen Nandi, two job aspirants in the primary recruitment, the merit list has been ordered to be published on this day. Ramesh's lawyer Sudipta Dasgupta says, "When the entire merit list comes forward, it will be understood what has actually happened in the name of appointment to the primary teacher's post."

Soumen's lawyer Firdous Shamim commented, "We have talked a lot about corruption from the beginning. The board has already admitted the illegal recruitment of 94 people. If the merit list comes out, more such illegal recruitment will come to light.”

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