Enforcement Directorate seized roughly Rs 20 crores of cash from the residences of Arpita Mukherjee, who’s a detailed affiliate of TMC Minister Partha Chatterjee. The cash was seized because the company performed searches at varied premises linked to a hiring rip-off at the West Bengal School Service Commission and the West Bengal Primary Education Board.
In the course of the searches, the ED stole roughly Rs 20 crore cash from Arpita Mukherjee’s residences. The mentioned quantity is believed to be proceeds of the crime of mentioned SSC fraud. Photos present Rs 500 and Rs 2000 notes recovered from Arpita Mukherjee’s home.
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“The search team enlists the assistance of bank officials in counting cash through cash counting machines. In total, more than 20 mobile phones were also seized at Arpita Mukherjee’s premises, the purpose and use of which are currently being determined,” the ED mentioned.
The ED additionally seized incriminating paperwork, data, particulars of doubtful firms, digital gadgets, overseas forex and gold from varied premises of these linked to the rip-off.
The company can be looking out West Bengal Minister and TMC chief Partha Chatterjee in reference to the case. ED officers have additionally raided the residence of Paresh Adhikari at the MoS Ministry of Education in Cooch Behar district. Both ministers had been questioned by the CBI for hours in the case of the SSC recruitment fraud.
Along with the Ministers, ED additionally raids the premises of PK Bandopadhyay (former Partha Chatterjee Special Service Officer), Sukanta Acharjee (former Partha Chatterjee Personal Secretary), Chandan Mondal @ Ranjan (Teacher Position Sales Agent), Kalyanmay Bhattacharya (son-in-law of Partha Bhattacharya), Krishna C. Adhikary (Relative of Kalyanmay Bhattacharya), Dr -President of West Bengal Board of Secondary Education), Saumitra Sarkar (Former President of West Bengal Central School Service Commission) and Alok Kumar Sarkar (Deputy Director, School Education Department ).
The Kolkata Supreme Court just lately issued a collection of written petitions ordering the Central Bureau of Investigation to conduct investigations into hiring fraud by Group “C” and “D” employees, Class IX-XII instructing assistants and elementary faculty academics.
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