Mamta's family implicated in scam: As soon as CM leaves granddaughter, CBI team reaches nephew Abhishek's house, wife Rujira begins to be questioned

Posted on 23rd Feb 2021 01:27 pm by rohit kumar

The CBI has reached home to question Rujira Banerjee, daughter-in-law of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in the coal scam. Mamta, daughter-in-law, and nephew reached Abhishek's house before the investigation agency team arrived. She stayed here for about 10 minutes and took her eight-year-old granddaughter along on the way. She did not want the granddaughter to be present during the interrogation.


Earlier on Monday, the CBI also questioned Abhishek's sister-in-law Maneka Gambhir for about three hours. Many close friends of Abhishek are in the grip of the CBI in this case.


Trinamool furious over CBI action

The raid in the house and office of Abhishek Banerjee's close friends has led to the outbreak of Trinamool Congress leaders. They allege that BJP is resorting to CBI to create pressure in Bengal elections. Trinamool MP Saugat Roy said there was no ally with the BJP. His colleagues are CBI and ED. With this help, they threaten other parties. Pressure is also being put on the Trinamool. Whatever notice has been given to our leaders, we will fight it legally.


BJP said, only wrongdoers are afraid

The BJP has retaliated on the Trinamool allegations. BJP West Bengal president Dilip Ghosh said that the CBI had started investigating the matter much earlier. This is not the first time that notices are being sent and inquiries are taking place. CBI is working within the purview of the law. The people of Trinamool are afraid because they have done wrong. Those who do wrong things are afraid.


13 bases were raided on Friday

In the same case, the CBI on Friday raided 13 places in Purulia, Bankura, Burdwan, and Kolkata of the state. The raids took place at the locations of young Trinamool Congress leader Vinay Mishra, businessmen Amit Singh and Neeraj Singh. No one was present at the house during the raid. Earlier on 11 January, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) conducted raids in Hooghly, Kolkata, North 24 Parganas, Asansol, Durgapur, Bardhaman.


Allegations of illegally selling coal worth thousands of crores

Trinamool leaders have been accused in the coal scam. It also includes Abhishek's name. It is alleged that several thousand crores of coal was illegally mined in Bengal and it was sold in the black market through a racket. In this case, even in the early weeks of December, the CBI raided the office of CA Ganesh Bagaria of Kolkata.


The investigation began in September

The investigation into the coal scam began in September last year. Since then, BJP has been alleging that TMC leaders converted black money from coal scams into white money through shell companies. The biggest beneficiary of this has been Abhishek, the nephew of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.


Abhishek is the president of Trinamool's youth wing. In his party, he had made 15 youth, including Vinay Mishra, as general secretary. Vinay has been accused of a coal scam since the beginning. The Trinamool had filed a petition in the High Court to stay the CBI probe, which was rejected.

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