Bihar: Court directs CBI to complete probe into irregularities in appointment of teachers.

The Patna High Court has ordered the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to complete its probe into irregularities in the appointment of around 300 assistant teachers between 1980 and 1998.

The court also asked the Bihar government to investigate the reasons behind the delay in the proceedings based on the report submitted by the Central Investigation Agency in 2004. A single bench of Justice Rajiv Ranjan Prasad of the High Court on Tuesday dismissed all the petitions challenging the CBI’s preliminary investigation report.

The court said that the 2004 report indicated widespread irregularities in the appointments and promotions of assistant teachers of the Lower Subordinate Educational Service (LSS) in Bihar during the period 1980-1998.

The court said that the delay by the State in suppressing the preliminary investigation report of the CBI has greatly damaged the interest of the State and those responsible for this inaction should be identified and appropriate action taken against them. Required.

The bench directed the CBI and the state government to consider taking appropriate action within a month.

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