Teacher Recruitment Scam: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) team is bringing the accused minister Partha Chatterjee from Bhubaneswar (Bhuvaneshwar) to Kolkata (Kolkata) today in the teacher recruitment scam of West Bengal. He was taken to Bhubaneshwar airport this morning from where he is being taken by plane to Kolkata. After the Bhubaneswar AIIMS report, Partha Chatterjee will be in ED custody till August 3. Along with him, Arpita Mukherjee, an accused in the case, has also been sent to ED custody till August 3. The court has also directed them to be checked up every 48 hours.
Partha Chatterjee was on Sunday taken to AIIMS Bhubaneswar for medical examination following a court order, where doctors said he did not need to be hospitalised. Bhubaneswar AIIMS said that Partha Chatterjee is suffering due to chronic diseases but his condition is not such that he should be admitted. After the medical report came out, now the ED officials are taking him to the CGO Complex in Kolkata. Earlier he was admitted to SSKM Hospital in Kolkata. After the medical report came out, the ED told the court that Parth’s illness was fake, he was suffering due to chronic illness, he should be prosecuted.
CM Mamta Banerjee said this after three days
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee broke her silence three days after the arrest of Partha Chatterjee. CM Mamta said that if Parth has made a mistake, he will not support him. Let us inform that when the alleged teacher recruitment scam happened in the state, Partha Chatterjee was the Education Minister of Bengal. At present, he is the Minister of Industries and Commerce in Mamta’s cabinet. At the same time, during the raid at Arpita Mukherjee’s house, the ED had recovered more than Rs 20 crore in cash. During ED’s interrogation, Arpita said that the recovered amount belonged to Partha Chatterjee. Arpita Mukherjee is accused of investing money in 12 shell companies. At the same time, the ED has found documents related to the common property of Parth and Arpita. Parth bought this property in 2012. Partha Chatterjee’s lawyer told the court that the minister has been arrested without summons. He was taken into custody by the ED on July 22. His custody has been completed for three days.