Current Affair: 20 Crore rupees were seized in raids on the West Bengal minister's aide

Today’s current affair is that 20 billion rupees were seized in raids on the West Bengal minister's aide.

Details of the raid:

On Friday, the Enforcement Directorate took Rs 20 crore in actual money from the residence of a business partner of West Bengal Minister Partha Chatterjee. Raid has been executed by ED. Arpita Mukerjee's house became the center point because of a rumoured educator enrollment scam and her attorneys claim that the ED did not allow them to reach her and refused to provide any legal action-related document with a comment that documents are not available yet.

A statement from the testing company said that "the money above is believed to be continuing wrongdoing of said SSC trick."

To count money on counting machines, the investigation teams enlist the assistance of bank officials. During the incident, security cameras snapped pictures of the premises, revealing recovered Rs 2000 and Rs 500 bills.

20+ cellphones have been allegedly attained from the accused culprit’s home, and the nature of their use is still unknown.

Additionally, the ED spearheaded protests against Paresh C. Adhikary, MLA Manik Bhattacharya, and other officials.

When the alleged illegal arrangements at government-run and assisted schools by West Bengal School Service Commission were formed, Partha Chatterjee, now the clergyman for commerce and trade, was the training priest (WBSSC).The Trinamool Congress characterized the strikes as a scheme claiming that BJP administration wants to badger their political rivals.

Strike’s details

"This strike by ED, a day after the great Martyrs' Day march that created ripples all throughout the country, is merely an effort to badger and terrify the leaders of the TMC," West Bengal Transport Minister Firhad Hakim remarked.

But the BJP said that Trinamool "supported massive scope anomalies" in the enrollment cycle of educators at the fundamental, higher fundamental, and auxiliary levels since coming to drive; the BJP stated that.

For the time being, ED grills Bengal serve after Rs 20 crore in cash was held in assaults.


On the 22nd of July, in Kolkata, India.

As part of its investigation into a teacher-enrollment scam, the Requirement Directorate (ED) on Saturday arrested West Bengal state representative Partha Chatterjee, an official with the organisation said.

It took over 26 hours of barbecue to catch Chatterjee during his time as state education pastor when the prank was performed.

He was escorted to the ED's office in the CGO Complex in Salt Lake City, where he is now serving as the company's chief executive officer (CEO).

"Since Friday am, our authorities had been speaking to him and he was not helping them out. He will be taken to the courthouse throughout the day, when he will be escorted by a judge,"

He claimed that Arpita Mukherjee, a local aide of Chatterjee, was also detained after the seizure of Rs. 21 crores in actual money from her property.

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