Money in hand! ‘Chatterjee has become a disgrace’… Trinamool Congress will leave

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oi-Mani Singh S

Published: Thursday, July 28, 2022, 14:03 [IST]

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Kolkata: Trinamool Congress Spokesperson Kunal Ghosh has said that Minister Partha Chatterjee has caused great shame to the party after Rs 50 crore was confiscated from the place belonging to actress Arpita Mukherjee.

Based on the information received on the basis of information that there was a huge corruption in the appointment of teachers in the education department of the state of West Bengal, the officials of the enforcement department conducted raids at various places.

In particular, the state’s current Education Minister Paresh C and Industry Minister Partha Chatterjee, Manik Bhattacharya and their close relatives were raided at their homes and properties.

41 crores!  Enni Enni tired enforcement officials!  What a startling look!  Shocked Arpita..! 41 crores! Enni Enni tired enforcement officials! What a startling look! Shocked Arpita..!

  Cash in hand

Cash in hand

In this sudden raid by the enforcement officers, actress Arpita Mukherjee, a close associate of Minister Partha Chatterjee, was found to be stashing cash in the house. 500 rupees and 2000 rupees were seized from his house alone in this raid. The enforcement department said that a total of Rs 20 crore cash was seized from Rabita Mukherjee’s house alone. The enforcement officials suspected that the money could be corrupt money received during the 10th class examination. Minister Partha Chatterjee and actress Arpita Mukherjee were arrested as the incident caused a stir across the country.

  50 crore seized

50 crore seized

In this case, more cash has been confiscated from the premises belonging to Arpita Mukherjee. In this, 3 big counting machines were brought for counting the money received. It is said that a total of 29 crore rupees in cash including 2000 notes and 500 rupee notes have been seized through the machines. While Rs.20 crores of cash had already been seized, a further Rs.29 crores worth Rs.50 crores has been seized by the enforcement officials, which has caused a great shock in West Bengal.

  Mamata is in trouble

Mamata is in trouble

Mamata Banerjee, who has been fiercely opposed to the Modi government ruling at the centre, has been embarrassed by the fact that bundles of money are stuck in places related to her minister. It is to be noted that Mamata Banerjee had said that Partha Chatterjee’s action had hurt her personally and that if he did something wrong, he should be punished.

  It has caused great shame

It has caused great shame

In this situation, Trinamool Congress official spokesperson Kunal Ghosh has strongly stated that Partha Chatterjee has caused great shame and humiliation to the party. Regarding this, he said, “The ongoing events are worrying. All the happenings have brought great shame to the party. Partha Chatterjee Says Why She Should Resign As Minister But why didn’t he say I was innocent in public? What prevents him from saying this?”

  Tweet explaining

Tweet explaining

Kunal Ghosh, who had earlier posted on his Twitter page, had posted that ‘Partha Chatterjee will be removed from the post of minister and from the party’. However, he deleted the tweet shortly after. Later, Kunal Ghosh posted another tweet explaining this, “In my previous tweet I only expressed my personal opinion. Avishek Banerjee will hold a Trinamool Congress meeting this evening. I have been told that I should also participate in this meeting. So party officials will take action on Partha Chatterjee issue. So, I have deleted my personal tweet.”

English summary

While Rs.50 crore was confiscated from the place belonging to actress Arpita Mukherjee, Trinamool Congress spokesperson Kunal Ghosh said that Minister Partha Chatterjee has caused great shame and humiliation to the party.

Story first published: Thursday, July 28, 2022, 14:03 [IST]


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