Faculty job scam: AIIMS says Bengal minister Partha Chatterjee does not need hospitalisation. India Information – India Opportunities – India Times English News

New Delhi: The Enforcement Directorate on Monday informed a special court in Kolkata that West Bengal Minister Partha ChatterjeeArrested in connection with an alleged college job scam, he has persistent health problems but has not required hospitalization.

ED offered AIIMS Bhubaneswar The medical report of Partha Chatterjee before the court which stated that he is fit and stable.

“There can’t be anything wrong with the medical experiences. He was making good use of his space to stay in the government hospital. He is matching and may be taken into custody,” the ED said. AIIMS report good.

Earlier, Partha Chatterjee was taken by the ED to Bhubaneswar by air ambulance as per the route of Calcutta High Court.

The court had on July 24 directed the ED, which arrested Chatterjee in the context of its probe into the alleged scam, to take him to AIIMS Bhubaneswar by air ambulance early Monday.

ED seeks 14-day custody of Partha Chatterjee.

Meanwhile, the Trinamool Congress said it needed a “quick, time-bound probe” by the ED in the case against Partha Chatterjee, adding that the delay would give an opportunity to the opposition to create a “distorted campaign”.

The party also said that any “court-accepted evidence” implicating Chatterjee would result in prompt action. TMC spokesperson Kunal Ghosh said, “Trinamool will not help in any wrong thing.”