New Delhi, Feb 7 . The Central Bureau of Investigation on Thursday summoned Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar to appear before it on February 9 in connection with its probe into Sharada chit fund case, officials said.
A senior CBI
official requesting anonymity told IANS that Kumar has been asked to depose
before it on February 9 in Shillong.
The move comes a day after the CBI chief Rishi Kumar Shukla posted 10 of its officials temporarily in Kolkata.
In an order
issued on February 6, the CBI attached 10 officials, including one
Superintendent of Police (SP), three Assistant SPs, two Deputy SPs and three
inspectors from different zones to Kolkata’s Economic Offence Wing of the
agency from February 8 to 20.
directed all the 10 officials to report to the Joint Director of the Central
Bureau of Investigation in Kolkata.
It also said
the orders were taken after the approval from the CBI Director.
A team of
CBI was allegedly roughed up and detained for a few hours when it went to
question Kumar at his residence in Kolkata on Sunday in connection with its
probe into the Saradha and Rose Valley chit fund cases.
the face-off between the CBI and Kolkata Police, West Bengal Chief Minister
Mamata Banerjee went on a hunger strike for over 45 hours starting Sunday.
Court, while hearing the matter on Tuesday, directed the Kolkata Police
Commissioner to join the CBI probe on February 19 at a neutral place, in
Meghalaya’s capital Shillong.
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