What did the Nobel laureate say about recruitment corruption in Justice Ganguly’s question? Read details – mssewb.org

Recently, Justice Gangopadhyay expressed curiosity in his court that what is the opinion of the Nobel laureate on the issue of state recruitment corruption. The judge’s direct questions went to the two Nobel laureate economists Amartya Sen and Abhijit Vinayak Banerjee. This time, Nobel laureate economist Abhijit Vinayak Banerjee responded to the related issue. According to him, he does not want to say anything about it.

The situation in the state is hot in recruitment corruption cases. Sometimes the panel is canceled in the case going on in the court and sometimes the jobs of fake teachers are cancelled. The education system of the state is getting stuck in new controversies every day. Recruitment process plagued with multiple complaints. Many prominent personalities have been arrested. Job seekers are on the way to get the job.

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In this situation, Justice Abhijit Gangopadhyay recently spoke during a conversation with lawyer Vikas Ranjan Bhattacharya in his courtroom, the judge was curious to know the reaction of the Nobel laureates in the context of state recruitment corruption where they comment on various issues. Nobel laureate economist Abhijit Vinayak Banerjee responded to the judge’s question on this day.

However, Nobel laureate economist Abhijit Vinayak Banerjee did not want to say anything in response to the judge’s question. He said, CBI is investigating it. He has nothing to say about this matter. There is no reason to say. Personally he does not practice these matters. So he has no responsibility to talk about it. Besides, he said, it would be irresponsible to talk about it. Incidentally, Justice Abhijit Gangopadhyay is currently in the headlines regarding recruitment corruption. Virtually peripheral states in his Ejalas. In this context, the comments of the judge to the Nobel laureates are already being discussed in various quarters.

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