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CBI submits MPSC scam report to HC
SHILLONG: The CBI submitted the final report of the inquiry into the MPSC recruitment scam to the High Court of Meghalaya on Monday.
During the hearing of the case on Monday the division bench of the High Court said the senior counsel for the CBI, V.K Jindal, produced before the court two sealed envelopes said to be containing the final inquiry report by the CBI.
During the submissions, the court noticed that the other envelopes containing the documents, sheets, material supplied to the CBI were not produced to which Jindal sought some time and thereafter produced three more envelopes said to contain the entire material that was supplied to the CBI from the registry of the court.
The hearing remained inconclusive and hence the matter was listed for further hearing on Tuesday.
One of the job aspirants, identified as Millon Ch Momin, had filed a writ petition questioning the legality and validity of the result of interviews conducted by MPSC between December 15 and 17, 2014, for the post of junior MPS officers in the Home (Police) department.
The petitioner had questioned the fairness of the process adopted by MPSC and alleged that he was not on the select list despite securing higher marks than four Garo candidates. Subsequently, on June 16 this year, the single bench of the High Court had ordered a CBI inquiry into the matter.