I-Core ponzi scam case: CBI questions TMC leader Partha Chatterjee

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Monday questioned West Bengal Industry Minister and Trinamool Congress (TMC) secretary-general Partha Chatterjee in connection with the alleged association with the I-Core ponzi scam.

As per details derived from the Sources, it is said that a three-member CBI team questioned Chatterjee at his Kolkata office. The questioning continued for more than two hours and a 3 member CBI team questioned Chatterjee at his Kolkata office. “I have told the CBI officials what I had to say. I hope they are satisfied with my answer,” said Chatterjee.

The minister was allegedly seen in public programs organised by I-Core which is accused of duping investors by luring them with abnormally high rates of interest on deposits. The now-defunct organization illegally raised money from investors by duping them with dubious schemes.

The CBI had earlier asked Chatterjee to appear before it for questioning on September 13. However, he informed the central agency that he would not be able to come to their office due to prior engagements and requested them to question him either at his house or office. The Central Bureau of Investigation took over the investigation of Saradha and other ponzi scams in the wake of a Supreme Court order on May 9, 2014.

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