Mountain of notes found again in Bengal, one arrested with 50 lakh cash from Howrah station - Newztezz Online


Sunday, March 12, 2023

Mountain of notes found again in Bengal, one arrested with 50 lakh cash from Howrah station

Cash seizures continue in West Bengal. On Sunday, RPF jawans arrested a person with Rs 50 lakh cash from Howrah station.

Kolkata: The seizure of cash notes in West Bengal is not taking the name of closure. 50 lakh cash was recovered from Howrah station on Sunday . According to RPF sources, a young man was roaming suspiciously on platform number 8 of Howrah station. The RPF personnel on duty at that time took him into custody and interrogated him. On opening the blue bag on the back, Rs 50 lakh cash was found in it. Why and from where was he taking the money? Couldn't give any satisfactory explanation in this regard Couldn't show any valid document.

RPF arrested him and confiscated all his money. The arrested youth has been identified as 33-year-old Prahlad Ram Jakhar. His home is Bikaner, Rajasthan. All the money and the youth have been handed over to the Customs Department by the RPF.

Initial investigation of the source of money, suspicion of hawala business

Let us tell you that even before this, cash seizures have been happening continuously in Kolkata. A few days ago the Kolkata Police raided the Park Street area. There 50 lakh cash was recovered from a person named Rajesh Kasera. Once again the sensation was spread in the city due to the incident of recovery of bundles of notes. Now again Rs 50 lakh in cash has been recovered from Howrah station. It is believed that this was hawala money and it is being taken somewhere. However, the RPF says that after questioning, it would be possible to reveal where the money was being taken.

Crores of rupees cash has been seized before this in Kolkata

Recently, cash was also recovered from a car in Gariahat. The STF of Kolkata Police had recovered more than one crore rupees. Earlier, the Central Investigation Agency ED had seized one crore 40 lakh rupees in Ballygunge and in this the name of a person named Manjeet Singh Jitta came to the fore. He had deep relations with many leaders of Trinamool Congress. Let us tell you that about Rs 49 crore was recovered from the flats of Arpita Mukherjee, a close aide of former Education Minister Partha Chatterjee, in the teacher recruitment scam. Recently, the ED seized Rs 50 lakh in cash as well as a large amount of jewelery from the house of a former education officer in a teacher recruitment scam. Now again questions have started arising from this cash.

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