SSC Scam Case: Bail Not Granted, Parth And Other Accused Remanded In Custody Till November 14: It has been three months since state heavyweight leader Partha Chatterjee was arrested in the teacher recruitment corruption case. The investigation is still going on. How much more time will be required in the investigation against the former education minister of the state? The judge made it clear that no case can go on forever. In his reply, CBI said that they will need another six months to conduct the investigation in this case. The judge also asked the investigating agency to see the case diary to know how far the investigation has progressed. Want to know whether the case diary has been sanctioned. In reply, the CBI Lawyer said that they had informed on the 30th of last month, but have not yet received any reply in that regard. Former education minister Partha Chattopadhyay, former Madhya Shiksha Parshad president Kalyanmoy Gangopadhyay, former SSC advisory committee member Shantiprasad Sinha, and former SSC chairman Subiresh Bhattacharya were produced in the Alipur Judge Court on Monday. After hearing the CBI case, the jail term of Partha Chatterjee and the other accused has been extended till November 14.
After submitting the case diary to the court, the CBI lawyer said before the court that the diary is marked in red. It will turn the investigation. There is evidence against all the persons arrested in this case. CBI claims that this crime has been planned. The judge then wants to know, the CBI has given the charge sheet, their names are there, then what is your application? CBI argues that everyone is empowered. Bail will destroy the evidence. A lot of evidence is still circulating. It will take another six months to gather all the evidence. There is a lot of information about illegal recruitment. More information remains to be gathered. There are 350 people in the case filed by the CBI, while there are about 1,000 candidates in the other case. It will take time to interrogate everyone. This number will increase in the coming days. The CBI’s demand before the court was that no one should be granted bail during the investigation.
The former education minister’s lawyer argued before the court that Manik Banerjee has been arrested and someone else will be arrested in the coming days. How long will the investigation last? Being called influential. His client has been in custody for three months. Partha Chatterjee is sick, he is suffering from various ailments. He has type 2 diabetes. SSKM has a report. In view of that, the ED said, there is a directive from the High Court. Nothing will happen in SSKM’s report. ED’s statement in Partha Chatterjee and Arpita Mukhopadhyay’s case, many job aspirants are crying foul in this case. The influential took refuge in SSKM for the sake of health. Check the High Court order on that. That is why Partha Chatterjee was sent to Bhubaneswar AIIMS (AIMS). Thousands of WhatsApp chats have been recovered. The investigating officer is human. He will need time to read and investigate them. Moreover, it takes time to recover deleted chats.
Meanwhile, Arpita Mukherjee’s lawyer complained before the court that he is not applying for bail for his client. There is nothing in the remand copy, the court is giving a mechanical order. In his answer, the judge said, if you think so, then why are you not challenging the mechanical order of the court? Arpita’s lawyer also tried to highlight the fact that the investigating officer of ED was not present in this case. In his reply, the ED lawyer said that the investigating officer is busy on duty.
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