Supreme Court Halts CBI Probe into Alleged Certificate Irregularities, Sets January 29 for Hearing.

ByTV10 Punjab

Jan 27, 2024
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Edited by: Sandeep Dhand
Ludhiana/Delhi
27 January 2024

In a significant development, the Supreme Court has intervened in the alleged irregularities surrounding the issuance of reserved category certificates, staying the CBI probe order issued by a single bench of the Calcutta High Court. All proceedings before the Calcutta High Court in this matter have been halted, and the apex court has issued notices to both the West Bengal government and the petitioner.

The case revolves around concerns regarding the authenticity of reserved category certificates, with implications for fair representation and opportunities for marginalized communities. The Supreme Court is set to delve into the intricacies of the case on January 29, aiming to address the pertinent issues raised.

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This legal intervention underscores the gravity of the allegations and reflects the judiciary’s commitment to ensuring a fair and impartial investigation. The decision to halt proceedings in the Calcutta High Court suggests the Supreme Court’s recognition of the need for a comprehensive and centralized examination of the matter.

As stakeholders await the upcoming hearing, the case has drawn attention not only for its potential impact on the credibility of reserved category certifications but also for the broader implications on affirmative action measures and social justice in the region.