Arpita Mukherjee, accused of West Bengal's famous SSC Recruitment scam, said that that money is not mine.
Arpita Mukherjee, accused of West Bengal's famous SSC Recruitment scam, said that that money is not mine. The money was kept there in my absence. Let us inform that the police have recovered cash and jewelery worth crores from his Kolkata residence.
50 crore rupees have been received from two places of Arpita
Let us let you know that there was a scam in teacher recruitment during Partha Chatterjee's education minister, during the investigation of which crores of cash and gold were recovered from the places of his close friend Arpita Mukherjee. Large consignments of notes are being received continuously from different flats of Arpita. So far, about Rs 50 crore and gold ornaments worth more than five crores have been recovered from his two locations. Along with this, arguments of immovable properties worth crores have also been received. At the same time, in the interrogation of ED, Parth is saying that he has nothing to do with those money, but Arpita has confessed that the recovered cash belongs to Parth Chatterjee.
plotted against me
On Friday, Parth and his close aide Arpita Mukherjee were taken to Joka ESI Hospital from the ED office at CGO Complex in Salt Lake. While being taken to the hospital, Partha Chatterjee, sitting in a wheelchair, gave a scathing tone to the questions and answers of the journalists and said that there has been a conspiracy against me. However, he did not say whose conspiracy he was a victim of. After about an hour and a half, Parth was brought out on a wheelchair. Even then he was asked whose conspiracy he was talking about? Then Parth said, “Whoever has conspired, they will understand. Look at the party's decision." Asked if the party's decision was correct, Parth replied, "The timing is not right, the investigation may get affected. Time will tell." On the decision taken by the Chief Minister regarding her, Parth said, "Mamata Banerjee's decision is correct." Let us inform that before the arrest, Partha Chatterjee had the Department of Industrial and Parliamentary Affairs.
Questions arising on the disappearance of luxury cars under suspicious circumstances
Partha Chatterjee and his close aide Arpita Mukherjee are in the custody of the ED in the teacher recruitment scam. Arpita's troubles are increasing. Meanwhile, four of her luxury cars are said to be missing after ED raids Arpita's residence in Diamond City South. Many questions are being raised on the disappearance of cars under suspicious circumstances only after the action of ED. Who took the cars from here, why did the cars disappear only after ED's action, what was in these luxury cars, the central agency officials are grappling with all these questions. It is said that four luxury cars are missing. One of the missing cars is a Honda City and the other an Audi. The other two cars are Mercedes Benz and Honda CRV. Only a white Mercedes car was confiscated at the time of Arpita's arrest.