A woman in Bengal on Tuesday threw a shoe at the former minister while he was being transported from ECI Hospital to the ED office in an attempt to get revenge on WBSCC scam suspect Partha Chatterjee. After throwing the shoe at Chhaterjee, the woman walked barefoot and declared that she would have preferred if Partha had been struck in the head.

The woman’s name is Shubhra Gharvi, and she resides in Amtala, according to a report.

As Partha was being brought to Joka for a medical evaluation after a health check, the incident occurred. The woman visited the same facility for a health examination as well. But as soon as she spotted Partha, she pulled off two shoes and threw them at him.

“I had come to kick him with my shoe. He has robbed the needy of their money. If the shoe had struck him on the head, I would have been happier “ANI news agency cited the woman as saying.

While investigating the multi-million dollar teacher recruitment fraud, Enforcement Directorate (ED) agents searched two apartments and another shop allegedly connected to Arpita Mukherjee, a former TMC minister’s aide.

Investigators from the ED conducted a daytime raid on two apartments in South Kolkata, one on Panditiya Road and the other in Madurdaha, as well as a nail salon in the city’s northern region, according to PTI.

She had two apartments in the Tollygunge and Belghoria regions, and ED had already recovered jewelry and almost Rs 50 crore in cash from those residences.

The ED detained Chatterjee and Mukherjee on July 23 as part of its investigation into the scheme. The 10-day ED detention will finish on Wednesday, and they will be brought before a PMLA court once more. In the past, Chatterjee, who has since been removed from his ministerial responsibilities, claimed to be a “victim of a plot” and bemoaned the TMC’s decision to suspend him and remove him from organizational positions.


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