Partha Chatterjee arrives in Kolkata after AIIMS declares him ‘fit and fine’

In a big update on the scam in Bengal, West Bengal Minister Partha Chatterjee has been fired from AIIMS Bhubaneshwar after a detailed clinical assessment and pertinent review. AIIMS declared Partha Chatterjee fit and fit. West Bengal Minister Partha Chatterjee was flown from Kolkata to Bhubaneswar by air ambulance and admitted to AIIMS for treatment.

According to the latest reports, the main defendant in the SSC recruitment scam case, Partha Chatterjee, will be taken straight to the ED office after arriving at Kolkata airport today. Apparently, West Bengal Minister Partha Chatterjee and his aide Arpita Mukherjee will be questioned jointly by ED officials today in Kolkata.

Chatterjee’s medical report was seen by Republic TV on Monday. In the report, the medical board noted that after a detailed anamnesis, the board is of the opinion that Chatterjee has suffered from several chronic conditions for a long time. Diseases include type 2 diabetes, hypertension, chronic kidney disease, obstructive sleep apnea, hyperthyroidism and obesity.

“Requires periodic evaluation”

In particular, the minister of West Bengal, a few moments after his arrest on July 23, complained of discomfort. He was admitted to the ICCU at the SSKM government hospital on Saturday night and was later moved to a cabin after his condition improved a little. From the SSKM, he was taken to Bhubaneswar by air ambulance, by order of the Calcutta High Court, which ordered an SSKM doctor and his lawyer to accompany him. He was later admitted to AIIMS.

“Whatever complaints he is currently exhibiting are attributed to his chronic condition and no active intervention is required at this time. However, he is advised to continue treatment for his chronic condition and requires a periodic evaluation and optimization of treatment,” reads the medical report. report, which had the signatures of four, including Dr. Ramachandra Barik, Associate Professor, Department of Cardiology.

Charges against Partha Chatterjee

The Law Enforcement (ED) Directorate arrested West Bengal Minister Partha Chatterjee in connection with the SSC scam on Saturday, July 23. Chatterjee previously held the portfolio of Minister of Education in the cabinet led by Mamata Banerjee. He is currently Minister for Trade and Industry and Parliamentary State Affairs. Central agency agents raided his home for more than 26 hours.

While the CBI had investigated alleged irregularities in the recruitment of non-teaching staff (Group C&D), assistant teachers (Class IX-XII) and primary school teachers, the ED is investigating the laundering aspect of silver. Partha Chatterjee was Education Minister when this scam was allegedly carried out. He was previously interviewed by the CBI on April 26 and May 18. According to sources, Chatterjee was arrested because he was allegedly elusive as to the source of the money.