The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Saturday continued raids on the residences of Arpita Mukherjee, a detailed affiliate of West Bengal Minister Partha Chatterjee, in reference to an alleged fraud in trainer hiring within the state.
While Partha Chatterjee was arrested on Saturday morning, more cash counting machines arrived at the house of his assistant, Arpita Mukherjee.
The ED started the raids on Friday when it seized roughly Rs 21 crore in cash from Arpita Mukherjee.
In addition, paperwork regarding round 10 items of property and gold and diamond jewelery value round Rs. 50 lakh have been recovered from her dwelling.
Apart from that, the investigating company searched 11 places together with the premises of Minister of State for Education Paresh C. Adhikary, former President of West Bengal Primary Education Committee Manik Bhattarcharya and others.
“The amount referred to is believed to be proceeds of the crime of the referred SSC fraud,” the federal investigative company stated in a press release. The search groups enlisted the assistance of financial institution officers to rely cash by means of machines.
More than 20 cellphones have been additionally confiscated in the course of the raids on Arpita’s premises. However, the aim and makes use of of recovered telephones are being decided, the ED stated.
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