An area courtroom in Kolkata despatched West Bengal cupboard minister Partha Chatterjee to two-day custody of the Enforcement Directorate. The minister was arrested after being questioned for practically 26 hours by the central probe company.
The Trinamool Congress on Saturday mentioned it can punish West Bengal minister Partha Chatterjee if he’s discovered responsible, hours after he was arrested in reference to the instructor recruitment rip-off.
“We’re watching the situation & have faith in judiciary. TMC will not tolerate any discrepancy or malpractice in party or in govt. TMC will act after the judiciary comes out with its verdict,” West Bengal minister Firhad Hakim mentioned at a presser.
However, the TMC chief accused the Bharatiya Janata Party of vendetta politics. “In today’s situation, it seems like ED is being run by BJP. If Suvendu Adhikari is saying that a lot of things are going to be found in the future even before ED is giving any statement. It means that ED is politically influenced by BJP,” ANI quoted the Bengal minister.
An area courtroom in Kolkata despatched West Bengal cupboard minister Partha Chatterjee to two-day custody of the En forcement Directorate. The minister was arrested after being questioned for practically 26 hours by the central probe company.
The CBI, as directed by the Calcutta High Court, is wanting into the alleged irregularities dedicated within the recruitment of Group-C and D employees in addition to lecturers in government-sponsored and –aided faculties on suggestions of the West Bengal School Service Commission. The ED is monitoring the cash path within the rip-off.
On Friday, the ED had carried out raids on a number of folks together with Chatterjee and one other minister Paresh Chandra Adhikary in reference to the case. The ED raided the condominium of Partha Chatterjee’s shut aide Arpita Mukherjee in south Kolkata from the place it mentioned money value over ₹21 crore was recovered. Mukherjee was arrested by the central company hours in the past.
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