A would-be teacher claimed to have given lakhs of rupees to a teacher in the hope of getting a job. But he didn’t get the job. He did not get money. Based on his complaint, the accused teacher was arrested by the police of Ambari outpost. He will be produced in Jalpaiguri court on Tuesday. The accused teacher was taken for a physical examination before being taken to court. At that time he told the media that all the allegations against him are false. It is alleged that the teacher took money from several TET pass candidates in the name of getting jobs in upper primary. Meanwhile, after the cancellation of the panel on the orders of the court, those who paid money, want it back. He approached the police without getting any money. Allegedly, after the cancellation of the panel, death threats have been given to demand refund of money. On Monday, this incident spread sensation in Rajganj block of Jalpaiguri.
Bappa Malakar is a resident of ward number 1 of Mathabhanga municipality in Cooch Behar district. He sat in Tate for Upper Primary. Bappa claims to have passed. But he was not getting a job. After that he changed the way. Bappa Malakar claims that even after passing TET in 2016, he was not appointed. Meanwhile, three years ago, the teacher, a resident of Shitalkhuchi in Cooch Behar district, brought an agent to his home. He is a Bengali teacher in a high school in Ambari, Rajganj block.
Allegedly, the teacher said that he will get the job. 17 lakhs to be paid. But in the meantime, the panel was canceled after the recruitment corruption was leaked. That’s why Bappa Malakar fell on his head. Bappa said that he also went to that teacher’s house in Shitalkhuchi. He went there and found out that he had bought a new house in Ghoghamali area of Rajganj block. Bappa and some others went to that house to ask for the money back. After the discussion between the two sides, the teacher said that he would return the money. But did not give it.