Kolkata: Before the assembly elections in West Bengal, once again the tension between the Center and the state government seems to be increasing. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), which is investigating the Saradha chit fund scam, has claimed that money was given to a company from the Chief Minister's Relief Fund, which belonged to the Sharda Group. The CBI has said that an investigation into the CM Relief Fund has been done in this case.
On behalf of the CBI, it has been claimed that about 6.21 crore rupees were given to Tara TV from the Bengal Chief Minister's Relief Fund. It is the company of Sharda Group, this money was used to pay the salaries of the employees. The CBI tried to investigate the Chief Minister's Relief Fund in this case, but it could not succeed. Now the CBI alleges that the influential people of the state government have a hand in this whole case.
The CBI has said all these things in one of its applications filed in the Supreme Court. According to this, from May 2013 to April 2015, an amount of Rs 27 lakh was given to Tara TV for 23 consecutive months. That too when Tara TV's company was under investigation. In such a situation, now this disclosure of CBI can add even more temper to the politics of Bengal. Explain that in the Saradha chit fund scam case, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has demanded the Supreme Court question the arrest and custody of former Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajiv Kumar.