Kokrajhar: The United People’s Party Liberal (UPPL) has criticised the Bodoland People’s Front (BPF)-led Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) administration for illegally appointing eight assistant enforcement inspectors in transport department during the month of March violating all standing norms.
RTI activist and central working committee (CWC) member of the UPPL, Rajkumar Prithviraj Narayan Dev Mech, alleged that despite having the Central Selection Board (CSB) in BTC to conduct examinations or interviews to select candidates in various government departments, no such procedures were followed while making the appointments in the transport department.
Claiming that the appointments were totally illegal and unacceptable, Mech also demanded a thorough investigation into the alleged corruption and anomalies in “jobs scam” in the council.
Meanwhile, chairman of Central Selection Board in BTC, Rajendra Nath Brahma, has denied the allegation and claimed that no illegal appointment was made in the BTC through the CSB.
He informed that there were no records of appointment through the CSB in transport department in March last in BTC as alleged.
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