After Irfan Ansari, Jharkhand Congress MLA Rajesh Kachhap-Naman Vixal Kongadi also released from jail

Pankaj Prasad
Congress MLA Irfan Ansari
Congress MLA Irfan Ansari

At the same time, Irfan Ansari said that they have good relations with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.

Two days after Jamtara's Congress MLA Irfan Ansari was released from jail, two more Jharkhand MLAs Rajesh Kachhap and Naman Vixal Kongadi were also released from jail. They were released in the evening on Monday. Irfan Ansari himself had reached there to bring both the MLAs. After leaving the jail, Rajesh Kachhap said that those people were implicated under a political conspiracy.

Said MLA - implicated under political conspiracy, misled Didi

Irfan Ansari said- Will meet Didi to know whose conspiracy was

Came to Kolkata to buy sarees, jerseys for tribal day

He said that on August 9, for the tribal day in Jharkhand, they had reached Kolkata to buy sarees, jerseys for football players, but they were implicated unnecessarily. The Congress MLA said that he has been a Congress worker for the last 22 years. The Congress party has given him respect. The question of going to any other party does not arise.

Chandan Kumar and Kumar Prateek still in jail

He said that now those people have come out of jail. Whose conspiracy is behind the whole incident, we will find out. At the same time, Irfan Ansari said that they have good relations with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. He said that didi has been misled by someone. They will soon meet Didi and find out what was the motive behind doing this. At the same time, two more accused Chandan Kumar and Kumar Prateek are still in jail custody in this case.

Three Jharkhand MLAs were arrested on July 30

It is noteworthy that on the night of July 30, at Ranihati Mor under Panchla police station, the rural police arrested a total of five people, including these three MLAs of Jharkhand, with about 50 lakh cash. In view of the seriousness of the matter, the responsibility of investigation was entrusted to the CID. All of them were in jail custody.