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CBI asks Kolkata police chief to appear on Feb 9 in Shillong

NEW DELHI: The CBI has summoned Kolkata police commissioner Rajeev Kumar to look for questioning on February nine in Shillong.

The Supreme Court had directed Kumar to look ahead of the CBI whilst limiting the agency from taking any coercive action.

CBI assets mentioned they'd grill Kumar on the documents, pen drives, arduous drives and statements of various individuals which have been now not equipped by the West Bengal SIT, headed by him ahead of the probe used to be transferred to the central agency.

The agency has claimed that the SIT deliberately hid or destroyed a very powerful proof within the multi-crore Saradha and Rose Valley scams, through which several Trinamool Congress leaders are below the scanner.

The agency on Thursday connected 10 officials from its Delhi, Bhopal and Lucknow devices to its Kolkata place of job until February 20 to provide further manpower all through questioning of some top profile suspects, together with Kumar.

A group of superintendent of police Jagroop S Gusinha from its special unit in New Delhi accompanied by further SP V M Mittal, Surendra Kumar Malik, Chander Deep, DSPs Atul Hajela, Alok Kumar Sahi and P K Srivastava, inspectors Hari Shankar Chand, Ritesh Danhi and Surajit Das will camp in Kolkata, an legit order mentioned.

It mentioned those officials will be temporarily connected to CBI, EO-IV, Kolkata. They had been asked to achieve Kolkata by Friday and will be stationed there tentatively up to February 20.

During the hearing within the SC on Wednesday, the CBI had alleged overall breakdown of constitutional machinery in West Bengal by mentioning the incident of Sunday when town police had taken around 25 staff of the agency into its custody

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