Ponzi scam: CBI sends summons TMC minister Partha Chatterjee, to be presented before March 15

Kolkata: CBI has issued summons to West Bengal minister Partha Chatterjee in the Icore Ponzi scam case. He has been asked to appear before the CBI office in Kolkata before 15 March. iCore Group has a case of cheating. Parth is reportedly seen attending several public events of iCore. iCore Group is accused of cheating investors by giving them big returns.

The CBI has registered a case against iCore Group. iCore Group has been accused of raising Rs 3 thousand crores on the pretext of returning more money to the people. The case was handed over to the CBI following the apex court's order in the matter. In 2014, the apex court had directed the CBI to take over all cases related to chit fund which were being investigated by the state police. The CBI says that evidence has been found that Parth Chatterjee is also involved in this case. That is why they have been summoned.

In this case, the company's director Adhik Maiti and his wife Kanika were arrested by the CBI in the year 2017. Later, the main accused Maiti died in a hospital in Bhubaneswar. He was in judicial custody.

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