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ED took Parth to CGO Complex by changing the route.

Kolkata: Within the trainer recruitment rip-off case, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Saturday morning arrested former state schooling minister and presently minister of commerce and trade, Partha Chatterjee. ED sources discovered that the minister could be taken to Saltlake’s CGO advanced from Naktala’s home. Soon new information got here that the minister could be taken on to the court docket. After this, the information of fixing the route of ED’s automobile got here once more. It’s discovered that ED’s automobile goes in the direction of Behala. ED officers didn’t even go to Parth’s workplace. Then the place Parth is being taken, nothing was being recognized about this.

The ED automobile was consistently altering its course. Neither the CGO advanced, nor the hospital, nor the ED car went to the Nizam’s Palace. After arresting Parth from his Naktala home at 10 am on Saturday and making him sit within the car, the ED officers roamed on completely different routes for about one and a half hours with him. Lastly, at 11.30 pm, the ED automobile stopped in entrance of Joka’s ESI Hospital. There the well being of the State Industries Minister was examined.

Bengal minister and Trinamool Congress basic secretary Partha Chatterjee was arrested on Saturday after practically 26 hours of questioning in reference to the alleged recruitment rip-off in authorities colleges. Earlier on Friday, the investigating company had obtained Rs 20 crore in money from the home of his shut aide Arpita Mukherjee. The homes of a few dozen individuals, together with two ministers of the ruling Trinamool Congress, had been raided on Friday in reference to the probe into the trainer recruitment rip-off. The ED had obtained round Rs 20 crore in money yesterday.

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