The arrest of former TMC MP Okay D Singh in a cash laundering case triggered a recent verbal duel within the poll-bound West Bengal Wednesday with the BJP demanding questioning of high brass of the Trinamool Congress within the case, whereas the ruling get together denying any affiliation with Singh for lengthy.
The Enforcement Directorate has arrested Singh in a cash laundering case, official sources stated on Wednesday. They stated Singh has been positioned below arrest below sections of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).
The opposition BJP in West Bengal demanded the highest brass of the TMC leaders needs to be questioned on this connection. “Who is K D Singh? His identity is that he is a former MP from the TMC. So the best thing would be to question the TMC
leaders to bring out the truth,” state BJP vice chairman Jaiprakash Majumdar stated.
Speaking on the difficulty, his get together colleague Suvendu Adhikari, who had not too long ago converted to the BJP, claimed Singh’s dealings with the TMC leaders needs to be probed. Senior CPI(M) chief Sujan Chakraborty stated the TMC can’t deny its involvement with Singh as their leaders had used his aircraft throughout election marketing campaign.
The TMC management, nevertheless, denied any affiliation with Singh for the previous couple of years.
“He has not been associated with us for a long time. For the last few years, we have no relation with him. If he has committed any wrong then the law will take its course. We have nothing to say regarding it,” TMC MP Sougata Roy stated.
He, nevertheless, described the demand for questioning of the TMC leaders as “baseless and politically motivated”. The central probe company had carried out searches on the premises Okay D Singh and people linked with him in September 2019 in reference to two PMLA instances.
Singh has been the chairman of the Alchemist group and whereas he resigned from the put up in 2012, he’s acknowledged to be the Chairman, Emeritus and founding father of the enterprise group. The ED is probing him as a part of two cash laundering instances.