20 Crores of Cash & More Than 15 Mobile Phones Were Recovered From Arpita Mukherjee’s Home

By Dickson Osas

In Connection With Dr Ed Raids at Partha Chatterjee and His Aids in Teacher Recruitment Scam, Bengal!!

New Delhi: The Enforcement Directorate detained West Bengal Minister Partha Chatterjee today concerning a money laundering investigation involving the state’s alleged teacher recruitment fraud. After 20 crores were retrieved from a close aide of the minister, the arrest occurred shortly after.

After the accident recovery, the Trinamool leader was questioned throughout the night. However, Mr. Chatterjee refused to comply with the investigators when being interviewed. According to government sources who spoke to the News Outlet, he was detained.

“After an overnight interrogation, Partha Chatterjee was taken into custody. When Mr. Chatterjee complained of discomfort while being questioned, two physicians that the investigators had brought over checked him. After receiving permission from the physicians, the interrogation continued “.

The insider further stated that the investigation team will ask for his detention in court to obtain more information on the purported recruiting fraud.

When the alleged fraud was carried out, industries and commerce minister Mr. Chatterjee was in charge of education.

On Friday, the Enforcement Directorate found 20 crores of rupees in cash at the home of a Partha Chatterjee colleague.

“The investigation agency stated in a statement that the mentioned sum is considered to represent the proceeds of the aforementioned SSC fraud.

More than 20 mobile phones were recovered from Arpita Mukherjee’s residence.

Arpita Mukherjee’s property saw the recovery of more than 20 cell phones.

The Central Bureau of Investigation investigates the suspected fraud with the Enforcement Directorate or ED. The CBI is looking into alleged anomalies in hiring Group-C and D employees and teachers at state-sponsored and -aided institutions. The ED is looking into the money trail in the fraud.

The central BJP government’s “plot” to “harass” its political rivals, according to the governing Trinamool Congress, was dubbed the raids. The BJP has said the CBI and ED are “progressing on the right route” and that “more skeletons will fall out of the cupboard” while denying having any involvement in the matter.”

When the alleged fraud was allegedly carried out, Chatterjee was in charge of the education ministry. CBI interviewed him twice, on April 26 and May 18. CBI also questioned Adhikari, the Minister of State Education, about his daughter’s dismissal from the teaching. He informed the media that he was unable to call his family.

“They didn’t tell us they were coming to our house today. I’m in Kolkata to attend the Trinamool Congress’ Martyrs’ Day event on July 21. They would have received muri (puffed rice) if I had been present, Adhikari remarked. “The CBI has previously questioned them (ministers) as part of a court order, and they are complying. The ED is just being used now to discredit them.

According to West Bengal Transport Minister Firhad Hakim, the BJP invented the problem of money laundering. Sukanta Acharjee, a former personal assistant to Partha Chatterjee, P K Bandopadhyay, and Chandan Mondal, alias Ranjan, a “tout” who reportedly made money by offering to hire school instructors, Kalyanmay Bhattacharya, Partha

Bhattacharya’s son-in-law; Krishna C Adhikary, and Dr. S P Sinha, advisor of the West Bengal Central School Service Commission and convenor of the Former West Bengal Board of Secondary Education President Kalyanmoy Ganguly, former West Bengal Central School Service Commission President Saumitra Sarkar, and Alok Kumar Sarkar, Additionally searched was the deputy director of the school education division.