3,206 teacher posts, two selection lists
“Investigation disclosed that the marks lists of 18 districts were received in December 1999-January 2000 and end of July 2000 by the director. However, these marks lists were not given to the result compilation committee till September 16, 2000, for preparation of the final result with the ulterior motive to manipulate the lists to favour certain candidates,” it says.
About Kumar’s complaint, the chargesheet says, “After publication of results and during appointment, the relationship between Om Prakash Chautala and Sanjiv Kumar got strained and they fell apart. Meanwhile, a number of inquiries were initiated against Kumar by the government of Haryana. In order to counter the action, Kumar petitioned the Supreme Court.”
Among the cases the government filed against Kumar, one pertained to a scandal over the publication of textbooks. Suspended, Kumar went to court with the two lists, accusing the government of harassing him. The court on November 25, 2003, ordered the CBI to register a case against the Chautalas.
The CBI formed a special investigation team on December 14 and lodged a case six months later. Its probe extended to 24 places in the state