BJP national vice-president Dilip Ghosh claimed that some CBI officials had “settings” with the Trinamool Congress, which led the Finance Ministry to direct the Enforcement Directorate (ED) to probe corruption cases in West Bengal and expedite the investigation. was sent for on Sunday.
Addressing an event organized by the Union Ministry of Culture at ICCR here, Ghosh said it is because of this understanding between some CBI officials and TMC that investigations into coal scam, animal smuggling case and irregularities in school jobs are not helping. was. Result”.
“Due to a setting in West Bengal between a section of CBI officers and the TMC, the investigation conducted by the agency was not yielding any results. The investigation was going on for months,” he said. He said that is the reason why some CBI officers were removed from West Bengal.
Then the ED started working on the instructions of the Finance Ministry. The dosage of the drug has been increased. The ED cannot be kept like a pet dog,” said Lok Sabha MP Ghosh.
the end of Mamata Banerjee He claimed to have begun, noting that the probe has intensified with the arrest of bigwigs as the ED moves. “The ED will continue to cut the culprits. It cannot be presented as a pet dog, which will turn a blind eye to the misdeeds of those who try to tame it,” Ghosh said.
He was speaking at a seminar on ‘The Horrors of Partition’ organized by the Ministry of Culture. The TMC said Ghosh was undermining Union Home Minister Amit Shah, under whom the CBI works, with his comments.
Trinamool Congress state general secretary Kunal Ghosh alleged that the BJP government at the Center was making political use of the CBI and the ED against its opponents. ED arrests West Bengal ex education Minister Partha Chatterjee in the school job scam, while the CBI has arrested TMC’s Birbhum district president Anubrata Mandal in the animal smuggling case.