Bengal School Recruitment Scam A reputed real estate company based out of Kolkata through which a prime accused in the case, Sujay Krishna Bhadra, channeled the proceeds of the alleged scam has been mentioned in the Enforcement Directorate’s last charge sheet investigating a multi-crore school job case in West Bengal.
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Sources claim that ED officials included information about how Bhadra utilized his network with these real estate companies in the charge sheet that was submitted to a special court under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) in Kolkata on July 28. moves ahead.
ED investigators carried out raids and searches at the offices of four real estate development companies earlier this month, seizing crucial records in the process. Both businesses, in which Bhadra has a significant stake, were established in March 2020, just as the nation was entering its period of lockdown following COVID-19.
According to sources, the 7,600-page charge sheet, which includes the main charge sheet’s 125 pages, mentions all of these.