The BJP on Friday raised a query over the continuance of West Bengal Minister of state for schooling Paresh Adhikari within the Mamata cupboard after an FIR was filed towards him.
NEW DELHI: The BJP on Friday raised a query over the continuance of West Bengal Minister of state for schooling Paresh Adhikari within the Mamata cupboard after an FIR was filed towards him.
West Bengal BJP co-incharge Amit Malivya tweeted, “The rot of SSC Rip-off is so deep that Calcutta HC needed to cancel unlawful appointment of Ankita Adhikari, daughter of Paresh Adhikari (an FIR has been filed towards him), who’s the MoS Education Why has he not been sacked? Will Mamata Banerjee clarify?
Earlier Malviya mentioned, “Former West Bengal Governor, who knows finer details of the SSC Scam, had made an important point at a program recently. He pointed out that many Chief Ministers have spent several years in jail for similar but much smaller recruitment scams. That should worry Mamata Banerjee.”
The ED has arrested Partha Chaterjee within the SSC rip-off and recovered round Rs 50 crore, a number of kilograms of gold, and paperwork of a number of properties from his shut affiliate.
On Thursday, Chaterjee was faraway from the state cupboard and Trinamool Congress publish. “It is abundantly clear that Mamata Banerjee is feeling the heat. Obscene amount of cash recovered has exposed the dark underbelly of the TMC government. Getting rid of Partha Chaterjee is an admission that the noose is tightening and it is just a matter of time before it ropes in Mamata,” Malviya had added.
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