TE24 International Desk:
NEW DELHI – In the last three days, the Executive Office (ED) has collected Rs 50 in cash from two houses of former Bengal minister Partha Chatterjee’s close associate Arpita Mukherjee. The ED found cash in both the houses during raids related to the teacher recruitment scam.
Cash hidden in a cheap bag Rs 21.90 in cash was seized from Alpita Mukelji’s first house and another Rs 27.90 in cash was found in her other house. A bundle of Rs 2,000 notes hidden in a cheap bag was found at Alpita’s second home in Kolkata’s Belgachia district.
They were hidden in the closet of his room. Inside the package was a cash note wrapped in white paper and brown tape, sources told India Today. Another bundle of Rs 500 notes was hidden in a cheap bag in the cupboard.
Torrigonj, ED officers first recovered Rs.21.90. ED officials discovered that the room was designated to hide the money. Some bags and packages were kept in cupboards, while many were found in corners of the room. According to a report in India Today, ED sniffer Dogra found Rs 5,000 in cash in an envelope marked by the West Bengal Education Ministry.
It is said to be gold ornaments hidden in the cupboard
Gold tiles and ornaments worth Rs 4.31 billion were found in Alpita Mukaji cupboard locker of Bargakia. I am. According to media reports, six gold nuggets of 500 grams of cangan and three gold ornaments like gold pins were found. A rescuer broke the key and recovered gold ornaments and bricks.