ED Summons West Bengal Law Minister Moloy Ghatak in Coal Pilferage Probe

Kolkata: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Friday summoned West Bengal Law Minister Moloy Ghatak to appear before its officers in New Delhi on June 28. This summons is in relation to the coal pilferage case in the state. Ghatak, who is also the Asansol Uttar MLA, had previously skipped appearing before the ED officers on June 19. He has now been asked to appear in person at the central probe agency’s office.

The ED is investigating Ghatak’s role in the coal pilferage scam and has evidence suggesting his involvement. He has already been questioned twice by the ED officers regarding the case. Last September, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) conducted search operations at Ghatak’s residences in Kolkata and Asansol.

The ED’s summons to Ghatak on June 28 aims to gather more information about his exact role in the scam. The agency is determined to investigate and ascertain the extent of his involvement. The case has garnered significant attention, and the ED is actively pursuing its probe.

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