Meghalaya High Court orders CBI probe in police scam

Meghalaya High Court

Shillong, June 17: The Meghalaya High Court has ordered a CBI inquiry into an alleged recruitment rip-off of the police performed by the Meghalaya Public Service Commission.

Meghalaya High Court Justice Sudip Ranjan Sen issued the order on Thursday following a listening to on a petition filed by a candidate, Millon Ch Momin.

The candidate discovered that he had scored 874 marks, which was greater than the marks obtained by 4 different profitable candidates however nonetheless did not get recruited.

The examination was performed to replenish 34 posts.

Whereas inspecting the viva-voice rating sheet, the court docket additionally discovered that some marks have been famous in opposition to sure candidates twice, as soon as with pencil and one other time with ball pen.

Public Service Commission Chairperson Biana W. Momin and Chief Controller of Examination W.A.M. Sales space couldn’t give any passable reply concerning the marks given within the rating sheet.

“After listening to the submissions superior by the counsel for the events and after analyzing the rating sheet, I really feel an unbiased enquiry could be very obligatory,” Sen stated.

The court docket stated the Central Bureau of Investigation shall have full liberty to look at all of the paperwork in addition to the individuals involved and the witnesses.

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