The SC has stayed the Calcutta High Court’s order that the WB should not register an FIR against the CBI and IT officials probing the school placement scam.
New Delhi, Apr 17 (PTI) The Supreme Court on Monday stayed the Calcutta High Court’s April 13 order to the West Bengal Police not to register an FIR against CBI and Enforcement Directorate officials in connection with the school placement scam.
A bench comprising Chief Justice DY Chandrachud and Justices PS Narasimha and JP Pardiwalam decided to hear the petition on April 24, a single judge bench of the Supreme Court, which accused Trinamool Congress leader Abhishek Banerjee and Kuntal Ghosh The order was restrained. The case may be investigated by the ED and the CBI, and such “investigation should be done at the earliest.” “The petition was on the mention list. Dr AM Singhvi has publicized the contents of the order and the orders issued directing the ED and CBI to investigate and file a report on Abhishek Banerjee’s public speech. List on April 24, 2023. All proceedings against the petitioner in respect of the orders passed in the impugned order shall be stayed till the next date listed,” the Supreme Court ordered. PTI SJK IJT