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The Trinamool Congress government on Tuesday announced a departmental inquiry into the spending of Central funds on sanitation projects under the Panchayat Department during the Left Front regime.
A probe has also been announced into the recruitment of teachers in Madhyamik Siksha Kendra (MSK) and Sishu Siksha Kendra (SSK) that were made during the Left rule. The government's move is considered to be an attempt to mount pressure on Leader of the Opposition Surya Kanta Mishra and his deputy Anisur Rehman who were former panchayat ministers.
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