The Crime Investigation Department (CID) has filed the charge sheet against 40 accused in connection with the illegal appointments in the Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) using fake and forged Teachers Eligibility Test(TET) certificates.
More details into the case
The CID has filed the chargesheet against 40 accused in connection with the illegal appointments in government schools in BTR. They had secured the jobs by producing fake and forged Teachers Eligibility Test(TET) certificates.
The overview of the investigation
The 1,175 page charge sheet listed 106 witnesses and 38 material objects. The charge sheet against the accused was submitted before the Chief Judicial Magistrate, Kamrup (Metro).
The accused included 33 teachers, seven other middlemen and main racket leaders.
The seven accused included a lecturer from a government affiliated college in Nagaon, three government employees and many other persons.
During investigation, several details such as the pay-in slips used for depositing money from various branches were seized.
The entire conspiracy has been unearthed with experts successfully proving that the certificates submitted by the candidates were fake.
Incidents such as these continue to be unearthed every now and then. Increased frequencies of such cases takes away the faith of those genuine candidates. Therefore, extreme precaution should be maintained with proceeding such cases and bringing the culprits to light.