SSC Rip-off Live Updates: Partha Chatterjee, aide Arpita in ED custody till August 3; Mamta said – will not think about the life time period for the responsible – Bharat Times Hindi News

SSC Rip-Off Live Updates: West Bengal minister Partha Chatterjee and his aide Arpita Mukherjee – both arrested last week in connection with the teacher recruitment scam – were on Monday remanded in ED custody till August 3, even as the probe agency extended 14 days. Prayed for custody. TMC chief.

The Enforcement Directorate (ED), which is probing the alleged scam, prayed for 14-day custody of Partha Chatterjee before a special court of the company, which noted that AIIMS-Bhubaneswar, after a check-up, went to the minister’s hospital. dominated the entry. ,

In its submission, the ED said Chatterjee had taken admission in the Bengal government-run SSKM Hospital on the pretext of illness and the company could not interrogate him during the two-day remand granted by the Chief Metropolitan Justice of Peace on Saturday.

The ED, again, sought 13-day custody of Mukherjee after his client had prayed that a speedy custody be granted to him and his safety be ensured in the wake of Sunday’s accident, when a car rammed into the car of the convoy. killed. From the courtroom to the CGO advance of the company.

Meanwhile, the Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee Said on Monday that if anyone is found guilty of wrongdoing, he should be punished, including whether he has no idea whether it is life imprisonment or not.

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-TMC is trying to make Partha Chatterjee a scapegoat, says opposition

Opposition BJP and CPI(M) in West Bengal on Friday claimed that it would not spare anyone if found responsible after Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said that the Trinamool Congress was trying to distance itself from minister Partha Chatterjee. BJP’s opposition chief Suvendu Adhikari said that no one would consider that the top management of TMC was unaware of the scam which allegedly happened when Chatterjee was the school education minister.

“This kind of reaction is laughable. Investigating businesses should examine the cash path. The TMC high command is now trying to distance Parth Chatterjee as if he is fully accountable for everything. TMC is trying to make him a scapegoat. “What is stopping the state government from sacking Partha Chatterjee as a cabinet minister? This proves that TMC helps in corruption.

‘Don’t play with the chimney’: Mamata Banerjee

Calling for a thorough investigation, Mamata Banerjee said: “Please keep in mind, an injured lion can be harmful. Please do not play with the stove. If someone has done a flawed job, prosecute him. However, don’t contact me because I understand how to battle again, as I haven’t done anything wrong. Take three months though to solve the SSC scam”.

Banerjee claimed that over one lakh people were employed by the state government during her tenure but only 200 complaints of discrepancies in the recruitment drives conducted through College Service Fee (SSC) have been received.

“Will they all become unemployed? If there are any errors, they are often corrected,” she said. “During the last two days, BJP and CPI(M) are campaigning with money rush and my image. Had I not been among the officers, I might have torn their tongue. Supporting corruption is neither my passion nor my career,” she said.

Towards corruption but don’t help injustice: Mamata Banerjee

Banerjee said that she believes in the politics of sacrifice and service to the country. “I am not in politics to extend my life. I have been against corruption all my life but I do not support injustice. However, I am saddened by the current developments within the state. I do not spare anyone, even if that person is a minister,” she said.

Referring to the video shared by the BJP, in which she was seen interacting with Arpita Mukherjee, from whose house Rs 22 crore was received, the Chief Minister said that the Trinamool Congress has nothing to do with her. “This festival has nothing to do with that girl, nor do I know her. I cannot be a part of the media trial that is happening. If I go to several Durga Puja pandals and work closely with the people there, does it mean that I know them personally? No. And if so, then what about Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi, who were photographed with BJP leaders? he requested.

– ‘While being a minister, no one was spared’: Mamata demands time-bound probe into SSC scam

Days after the arrest of Partha Chatterjee by the ED in the SSC scam, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday said, if anyone is found responsible for wrongdoing, he should be punished. Addressing an award function of the state government here, Banerjee slammed the opposition for the “malicious campaign” launched against her, saying she does not support corruption.

“I cannot go into the main points of the matter as it is sub-judice. We now have our entire religion within the judiciary. We want the matter to be investigated in a time bound manner. If someone is found guilty, that person should be punished accordingly, whether it is life imprisonment. I didn’t get the idea. However, I condemn the malicious campaign against me.”

“What we want is to have a fast-track court room to hear the case, in any other case perhaps like the Sharda case, which is pending for more than ten years and there is no judgment or justice. The crime was perpetrated by the CPI(M), but the TMC was targeted.

-Parth Chatterjee, aide Arpita in ED custody till August 3

West Bengal minister Partha Chatterjee and his aide Arpita Mukherjee – both arrested in connection with the teacher recruitment scam last week – were on Monday sent to ED custody till August 3. Enforcement Directorate (ED), which is probing the alleged scam. -Off, prayed for 14-day custody of Chatterjee before a special court of the company, which said that AIIMS-Bhubaneswar, after the check-up, ruled out the hospitalization of the minister.

In its submission, the ED said Chatterjee had taken admission in the Bengal government-run SSKM Hospital on the pretext of illness and the company could not interrogate him during the two-day remand granted by the Chief Metropolitan Justice of Peace on Saturday.

The ED then again sought Mukherjee’s custody for 13 days. Mukherjee’s counsel prayed that he be given speedy custody and ensured his safety in the wake of Sunday’s accident, when a car rammed into a car in the convoy taking him from the court to the company’s CGO premises.

The Calcutta High Court had on Sunday directed the ED to take Chatterjee to AIIMS-Bhubaneswar by air ambulance for medical examination.

Chatterjee will be taken back to Kolkata on Tuesday morning.

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