Breaking Mamta removed Partha from the post of minister: action 5 days after arrest; Arpita said- I used to keep cash in my flats

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Breaking Mamta removed Partha from the post of minister: action 5 days after arrest; Arpita said- I used to keep cash in my flats
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Mamta Banerjee has removed Partha Chatterjee arrested in West Bengal teacher recruitment scam from the post of minister. The Mamta government has taken this action 5 days after the arrest. In fact, in the 18 -hour raid which lasted from Wednesday to Thursday, ED seized Rs 27.9 crore cash and 5 kg gold from Partha's second house. On the question of ED, Arpita said that all these rupees Partha Is of Chatterjee. He said, 'Partha used this house to keep money. I had no idea that all the cash must have been kept in the house. The Mamta government took this decision after Parth's closer revelations and party officials demanded the removal of Partha. Parthamata was the most senior minister in Parthmapta Sarkar. He has been a five -time MLA from Behala West seat of South 24 Parganas. Partha Chatterjee was a minister continuously since 2011. He has also been the Leader of Opposition in the Bengal Legislative Assembly from 2006 to 2011. Partha currently had the charge of big ministries like industry, commerce and parliamentary work. Abhishek Banerjee has called a meeting of the disciplinary committee this evening. It is believed that the post of party general secretary can also be taken away from him. The TMC spokesperson had said- Partharanamool Congress spokesperson Kunal Ghosh had demanded that Partha Chatterjee had to be removed from all posts till the investigation is completed. Remove from posts. Ghosh said that if Mamta Didi finds my statement wrong, then remove me too. Ghosh is considered close to Trinamool General Secretary Abhishek Banerjee. However, in Titagarh on Wednesday, Bengal Chief Minister Mamata said that the media was playing the role of the Kangaroo court. We are against media trials. He told the people that you remain relaxed, ‌BJP will not come to power in 2024. This is not Maharashtra. 2 pictures of the raid on the second flat of Ardita, the bricks of the son's house and the pen, the price of the gold, 4.31 crore ED officials said, 'Never had told that Arpita had never told that she also kept cash on her second flat too. Has happened. But when we raided the house, we found bundles of 2000 and 500 notes. Bundles of Rs 50 lakhs were made from 2000 rupee notes and bundles of Rs 20 lakh were made from 500 rupee notes. We also got gold worth Rs 4.31 crore. It has 3 gold bricks of 1-1 kg, 6 bracelets (all 500-500 grams) and a gold pen. According to ED sources, 3 diaries have also been found from Arpita's flat in the Red, which lasted 18 hours. , In which the records of the transaction are recorded in the codeword. The investigating agency has also recovered a 2,600 -page document from the house, which mentions the joint property of Parth and Arpita. ED also raided the locations of Parth and Arpita on Wednesday. Apart from this, ED teams also reached Belgharia and Rajdanga in North 24 Parganas district for investigation. Arpita's house from which the cash was found is in Belgharia. 49 crore cash was received from 2 flats of Ardita, but could not repay that 12 thousand maintenance was now 44 hours of raid on both houses of Arpita, including about 50 crore cash and large quantity Gold has been recovered. ED has sealed one of the two flats at Arpita's Belgharia Town Club. There is also a notice of society ahead of a flat. It states that Arpita has not paid Rs 11,819 of maintenance. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website following follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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