Four Lakh Fake students in Haryana School

Four Lakh Fake students in Haryana School

Four Lakh Fake students in Haryana School-It is reported in Haryana School at least 4 lakh students in Haryana school stated to be found fake and alleged siphoning of funds meant for them in the Haryana government schools in 2016.

A case was registered in Haryana and later the case was handed over to the CBI on the orders of Punjab and Haryana high court on November 2, 2019. The CBI moved the SC for handing over the case to state police as it requires huge manpower and case be shifted to local police. But the Supreme Court dismissed the plea to shift the case to state police.

The CBI had to register an FIR in the case last week, after the apex court dismissed the CBI petition recently

Four Lakh Fake students in Haryana School

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This case is quite older and dates back to 2015 when a group of guest teachers – trained graduate teachers – moved the high court challenging the dismissal notices issued to them. During the proceedings, the high court learned from the state’s counsel that a 2016 audit had detected a discrepancy that only 18 lakh of the reported 22 lakh students were genuinely enrolled in the schools indicating that about 4 lakh admissions were allegedly fake. The alleged discrepancy also impacted the teachers’ recruitment.

How all this happened- it was brought to court notice that certain cash and in-kind benefits were being given to the students who belonged to backward or poor sections to encourage them to attend schools and the mid-day meal scheme. The high court thus ordered the state vigilance bureau (VB) to investigate into the suspected siphoning off of such funds for the 4 lakh “non-existent” students.

When the VB recommended seven FIR in the state the High Court observed the probe was going slow so it decided to transfer the case to CBI for fast disposal of the case and it asked the VB to transfer all the relevant documents to CBI

However, even though VB recommended seven FIRs in the state, the high court observed in its 2019 order that its probe was sluggish and it transferred the same

Not to say much even VB found irregularities and it probe suggested that there was alleged siphoning of funds involved school principals, district education officers across the state and some officials of the state education department.

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