The High Court has sought a response from the state government and others in six weeks on a petition seeking transfer of the five-year-long vigilance probe into the scam in the ITI instructor recruitment of 2014 to the CBI.

The High Court has sought a response from the state government and others in six weeks on a petition seeking transfer of the five-year-long vigilance probe into the scam in the ITI instructor recruitment of 2014 to the CBI.

This order has been given by Justice Vivek Verma after hearing the petition of Arvind Kumar, Ravindra and Hariom, their advocate Ankur Sharma and CBI’s advocate Sanjay Yadav. According to the petition, 2498 posts of instructors were advertised during the time of the SP government.

The investigation into the allegations of huge irregularities in recruitment was handed over to the Vigilance Department, but the investigation could not be completed even after a lapse of five years.

The statements of 57 officers and others have been recorded in the investigation. The petitioner says that the investigation is not being completed due to the involvement of top officials in the scam, so a CBI inquiry should be conducted.

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