School, Trust In Partha Chatterjee\'s Late Wife\'s Name Under ED Lens

Trust, school in the late wife of Partha Chatterjee’s name, under the lens of ED.

Kolkata 19 August : A residential international School as well as its trust managing it both in the name of the wife who died of the state’s former governor Partha Chatterjee The trust has been placed under the scrutiny of the Enforcement Directorate (ED) probing the multi-crore teacher recruitment fraud in West Bengal, in which Chatterjee is the main suspect.
The official name of the School is BCM International School, while the name of the trust that manages it is Babli Chatterjee Memorial Foundation.

 School, Trust In Partha Chatterjee's Late Wife's Name Under Ed Lens-TeluguStop.com

named in honor of Partha Chatterjee’s widow, Babli Chatterjee.

The two trustees of the board of trustees are Partha Chatterjee’s son in-law Kalyanmoy BhattAcharya, and the former’s maternal uncle Krishan Adhikari.

The Adhikari residence of Adhikari is situated within one kilometer of the international School in Pingla in West Midnapore district.

ED investigators have already submitted information about this School as well as the memorial trust to a specific ED court in Kolkata where the trials of Partha Chatterjee and his close aid Arpita Mukherjee will be held.

The counsel of the ED has also provided an explanation of the reason why investigators believe that the results of the irregularities in recruitment in West Bengal School Service Commission (WBSSC) were channeled through this school.

ED sources stated that the School has been constructed on an area of 150,000 square feet.

The construction is fitted with premium imported granites and marble slabs.The School also boasts luxurious Volvo buses.

“In simple terms the School is a great model of any top-quality international school.We also spoke about some of the landowners who had sold their land to build the school.

And a lot of them claimed that they received a large portion of the funds in cash.They also stated that the majority of the purchases were completed in the first part of 2017, which was shortly after the expiration of the demonetisation phase,” one ED official told.

The ED officials have swarmed into the home of Krishna Adhikari once and also interviewed him on this matter.The sleuths of the agency have also sent out a letter to Partha Chatterjee’s daughter Sohini (Chatterjee) BhattAcharya and son-in-law Kalyanmoy Bhattachrya who are both residing in the US and have been asked to travel to Kolkata in the earliest possible time to be interrogated.

However, no reply has come from them to date.

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