The CBI interrogated the Bengal Education Minister for four hours over the illegal appointment

According to an official of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), the investigating agency interrogated West Bengal Minister Paresh Adhikari for four hours for the third day in a row and questioned his daughter Ankita’s illegal appointment as a primary school teacher.

The minister arrived at the CBI office around 10.35 am with a file, which sources close to him said contained several important documents related to the appointment. He submitted the documents he had brought with him.

During the interrogation, she was asked to name all those who helped her daughter get a job as a primary school teacher.

“She was asked about various appointments made from her mobile phone regarding her daughter’s painting appointment. He was also asked to write down the names of all those he contacted for that purpose, “the official said. As with previous grilling sessions, the entire interrogation process was videotaped, he added.

The Calcutta High Court fired Ankita Adhikari from her job at a government-aided school and asked her to return her drawn salary as her 41-month-old teacher.

CBI sources said that the Central Intelligence Agency may call Ankita Adhikari for questioning next week. The McLaughlin MLA was interrogated for more than nine hours on Friday and for about four hours on Thursday night, the central agency interrogated his daughter on the basis of a candidate’s complaint about hiring her as a teacher. Jobs.

With input from PTI.

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