REET: High court strict on the petition for CBI investigation of paper leak case, sent notice to 5 officers including Principal Secretary Education and DGP, sought reply

REET: पेपर लीक केस की CBI जांच कराने की याचिका पर हाईकोर्ट सख्त,  प्रमुख सचिव शिक्षा और DGP समेत 5 अफसरों को नोटिस भेज मांगा जवाब

Rajasthan High Court (FILE)

The Rajasthan High Court has issued a notice to the Rajasthan government seeking its response on the investigation of cheating and paper leak in the REET 2021 exam by the CBI. The High Court has issued notices to the Principal Secretary, DGP, Director of Elementary Education, Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education, Ajmer and ADG of SOG seeking their response in this regard. The next hearing on this case will now be held on 27 October 2021.

A petition has been filed against the Rajasthan government for not conducting a fair investigation in the case of copying and paper leaks in the REET paper. On this petition, the court has issued a notice to the Rajasthan government. Along with this, a copy of the petition has also been given to the counsel for the AAG and the board. The court of Justice Inderjit Singh of Rajasthan High Court has issued this notice to the government while hearing the petition filed by Madhu Kumari Nagar and others.

The petitioner’s lawyer gave this argument in the court

In the petition, the High Court has demanded to get the case investigated by the CBI or any other investigating agency outside Rajasthan, as well as to get the REET exam re-examined if paper leaks or irregularities are found in the investigation. Advocate Rampratap Saini, representing the petitioners in the case, told the court that on September 26, the Board of Secondary Education Rajasthan had conducted the REET examination. This paper was done in two shifts.

The first shift paper was from 10 am. The paper had reached Rajasthan Police constable Devendra Singh in Gangapur City Sawai Madhopur around 8.30 am. He had sold this paper to many people by taking money.

FIR registered in many police stations of the state

FIR number 402 has also been registered in Gangapur City. An FIR has been registered in many police stations in Rajasthan. He appealed to the court that due to paper out and copying, qualified candidates will be kept from getting selected, those who are not qualified, such candidates will be selected due to already getting the paper.

CM said- the examination will not be held again

CM Ashok Gehlot has made it clear about the exam that REET exam will not be held again. He said that whatever complaint is received regarding the examination, the truth will be ascertained on it. If the error is confirmed, we will conduct the examination at that center, but call lakhs of people again, get the examination done, it is not sensible.

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