BALURGHAT: South Dinajpur’s District Inspector of Schools (SE) Narayan Chandra Sarkar has been suspended for his alleged involvement in anomalies while sending requisitions for teachers in different schools of North Dinajpur to the concerned state Education department. Sarkar had been posted in North Dinajpur about a year ago.On Friday late evening, Sarkar received the letter of suspension from the state Education department after it was found that there were anomalies in the requisitions sent to the concerned department for recruiting teachers of different Secondary and Higher Secondary schools in North Dinajpur. According to a source, the discrepancies happened while Sarkar was the DIS (SE) of North Dinajpur. Around a year ago, he got transferred from North Dinajpur and took charge in South Dinajpur, at the same post. It has been learnt from an official source that after the incident of Islampur’s Daribhit High School, it was found that the requisitions sent to the Education department did not match with those sent by the schools to him. There were some other anomalies detected while Sarkar was in-charge of North Dinajpur. Meanwhile, on the same ground, acting DIS (SE) of North Dinajpur Rabindranath Mondal was suspended from his post after it was found that there was no need of Urdu teacher of Daribhit School which led to the untoward incident. Sarkar, however, said he was not involved in recruiting teachers in Daribhit School as he got transferred from there before the recruitment actually happened. He further added that he would meet higher officials of the state Education department in Kolkata shortly.