Enforcement Directorate (ED) officers probing the multi-crore instructor recruitment rip-off on Tuesday carried out searches at two flats and one other store belonging to Arpita Mukherjee, an in depth aide of suspended Trinamool chief Partha Chatterjee.
Company sources mentioned ED officers through the day raided two flats in south Kolkata – one on Panditiya Street and one other in Madurdaha, in addition to one other nail artwork store within the northern a part of the town.
The ED had earlier recovered round Rs 50 crore in money and jewelery from his two flats in Tollygunge and Belghoria areas.
Each Mr. Chatterjee and Ms. Mukherjee have been arrested by the ED on July 23 in reference to its probe into the rip-off. He will likely be produced once more within the PMLA court docket on Wednesday, ending the 10-day ED custody.
Earlier within the day, Ms. Mukherjee, upon reaching Joka’s ESI hospital for a medical check-up, advised ready reporters that cash was stored at their residences with out their information.
Mr Chatterjee, who has been relieved of his ministerial publish, had mentioned on a earlier event that he was “the sufferer of a conspiracy” and expressed displeasure over the Trinamool’s motion to droop him and take away him from organizational posts.
He had mentioned that solely time will inform whether or not the motion taken in opposition to him was justified or not. The veteran chief claimed that the cash recovered through the ED raid didn’t belong to him.
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