After seizing Rs 20 crore in money from the house of an in depth aide of Bengali Minister Partha Chatterjee, the BJP launched a veiled attack on Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, claiming that the TMC chief was not dishonest “of his own accord”.
Amit Malviya, BJP IT Manager, took to Twitter and shared a video of Mamata Banerjee praising Arpita Mukherjee for the nice work she has completed on behalf of TMC in Odisha. the ED raided Mukherjee’s home Friday night and stole Rs 20 crore in cashwhereas investigating the alleged trainer recruitment rip-off in West Bengal.
Malviya stated: “Not long ago, Mamata Banerjee, from an open platform, praised Partha Chaterjee’s close associate, from whose home ED had confiscated a small sum of 20 crore. Mamata knew her and the “good job” she was doing. Make no mistake, Partha did not cheat of her own accord.”
Not way back, from an open platform, Mamata Banerjee praised Partha Chaterjee’s shut affiliate from whose house constructing ED had confiscated a small sum of 20 crore. Mamata knew her and the “good job” she was doing. Make no mistake, Partha did not cheat of her own accord… pic.twitter.com/JP0jmDaXoW
— Amit Malviya (@amitmalviya) July 23, 2022
In the course of the searches, the ED seized roughly Rs 20 crore in money value between Rs 2,000 and Rs 500 and 20 cellphones from Arpita Mukherjee’s residences. The quantity talked about is believed to be proceeds of crime associated to the alleged fraud in hiring the School Service Commission (SSC).
The investigating company additionally seized incriminating paperwork, data, particulars of doubtful corporations, digital gadgets, international trade and gold from varied premises of these linked to the rip-off.
The ED is just too Seeking West Bengal minister and TMC leader Partha Chatterjee in reference to the case. ED officers have additionally raided the residence of Paresh Adhikari on the MoS Ministry of Education in Cooch Behar district. Both ministers had been questioned by the CBI for hours within the case of the SSC recruitment fraud.
Meanwhile, TMC spokesman Kunal Ghosh stated: “TMC has no connection to the money looted in the raids. Individuals whose names have emerged in the investigation are responsible for answering questions themselves or their attorneys. Trinamool is monitoring developments and will react.”
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