Union Minister of State for Education Subhash Sarkar was sarcastic on the state's TET issue during his visit to Siliguri and North Bengal.
Facing the journalists there, he said that West Bengal is a hotbed of corruption. If you poke anywhere, corruption will come out. The people of West Bengal want to expose this corruption. Because of this corruption, the genuine job seekers have not got jobs, they have been deprived. Because of this corruption, the state government ministers and The leaders are in jail.
Besides, he said about the arrest warrants issued for the two state ministers of BJP, Nishit Pramanik and John Barla, that these are all dramas. The government ministers have issued vindictive legal proceedings against those who are in jail. There will be no proof, and nothing will happen.