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CBI now have these 2 options as they stopped by Bengal State Police

At the same time, the interim director of the CBI, M Nageshwar Rao, said that we are taking legal advice.

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The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has been taken into custody for allegedly investigating the Kolkata Police Commissioner on Sunday (February 3rd) in West Bengal by the State Police. Since then, the National Investigation Agency (CBI) is seen in the state of confusion. It is being told that the CBI will talk to the West Bengal Governor Kesranath Tripathi with this matter. It is being told that the CBI will ask the Governor to intervene in the matter of arresting officers.

At the same time, the interim director of the CBI, M Nageshwar Rao, said that we are taking legal advice. We will take action according to the suggestions that come up. According to sources, the CBI may also knock on the Supreme Court’s door on Monday in this case. Former CBI officials also believe that the CBI should knock on the door of the Supreme Court on this occasion. Because he is hearing the case of the Supreme Court only.

Navneet Vasan, a former CBI officer, reacted on the matter and said that there is no basis for the police to arrest CBI officers. It is directly against the order of the Supreme Court. He said that the proceedings of the inquiry were taking place according to the law. He said that the CBI should now go to the Supreme Court on this matter immediately. It is being said that the CBI can ask the governor to send central security forces in this case.

It is noteworthy that a team of Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) officials reached the residence of Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajiv Kumar for questioning in the case of Ponzi scam, but the Sanders stopped the CBI team from outside. CBI officials said that the CBI is looking for him with the intention of interrogating Kumar in connection with the cases related to the Rose Valley and Saradha chit fund scam and police commissioner can be arrested as a last resort.

Officials said that to investigate these scandals, the IPS officer, who has led the SIT formed by the West Bengal Police, has to interrogate the missing documents and files, but they have no answers to the notice issued to appear before the investigating agency. Have given. He told that when the CBI team reached Kumar’s residence, he was stopped by personnel and coaches stationed there.

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