Two-member CBI team went to 34 Park Street, which also houses the office of DCP (South) and residences of many senior IPS officers.
Kolkata: As BJP president Amit Shah has become the Union home minister replacing Rajnath Singh, pressure has started building up on ruling Trinamul Congress with Central agencies renewing its efforts in two major scams’ probe in the state.
On Saturday afternoon, a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) team visited former Kolkata police commissioner Rajeev Kumar’s residence in South Kolkata to record his daily attendance at around 4 pm on the Calcutta high court’s order in the Saradha chit fund scam recently.
A two-member CBI team went to 34 Park Street which also houses the office of deputy commissioner of police (South) and residences of many senior IPS officers of the Kolkata and state police. After recording Mr Kumar’s residence, the CBI team left the address.
Meanwhile, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) has summonned Ratna Chatterjee, estranged wife of former Kolkata mayor Sovan Chatterjee, Sreya Pande, daughter of Trinamul Congress minister Sadhan Pande and Ms Chatterjee’s aides: Abhijit Gangopadhyay and Moloy Bhattacharya, for their questionning in Narada sting operation case.
The four have been asked to appear at the ED office in CGO Complex at Salt Lake in between June 6 and 17. Ms Chatterjee reportedly said that she would appear before the Central agency.