Bengal CID Fan Out Across The Country To Look For Bharati


Kolkata: Controversy triggered with whom The Former SP going to meet, or what next. With whom she possibly met and where she went, are the key questions now facing the investigators. Mamata Banerjee’s “cop daughter”, former SP Bharati Ghosh is now the burning issue of state politics.

According to a CID source, she is traced in Delhi, Gujarat’s Jamnagar and back to the national capital. Now Bengal CID have fanned out across the country to execute the twin arrest warrants against former IPS officer Bharati Ghosh and her guard, constable Sujit Mandal, in connection with the alleged gold racket in West Midnapore. A five members of team set up to look for Bharati Ghosh

The West Bengal Crime Investigation Department (CID) issued a notice on Monday, to Bharati Ghosh for her alleged connection with a gold extortion case. The notice comes two days after the CID conducted state wide raids at several locations, including the house of the former police superintendent of West Midnapore and her husband’s home in Kolkata.

A team of state CID sleuths seized thirty nine litters of foreign liquor from former’s Bharati Ghosh’s many flats in Kolkata on Thursday. According to sources, CID raided over two days and seized fifty seven sealed bottles of Johnnie Walker, Chivas Regal, Officers Choice and Imperial Blue. On other hand, court ordered to lodge fresh case against MAV Raju on the basis of Biswajit Chakraborty’s allegation.

A CID officer said they had evidence to suggest Ghosh’s “direct involvement” in the purported gold racket that allegedly forced goldsmiths to deposit gold in schemes floated by police officers in West Midnapore around the time of demonetisation in November 2016. A goldsmith complained to a district court, which ordered the CID probe.

A voice message resembling that of Ghosh’s circulated on Saturday evening alleging “the ruling party” was maligning her image and planting false cases against her. Both are believed to be outside Bengal, shifting locations over the past week, CID sources said a day after the arrest of two police officers in the case.

Bharati Ghosh, who was superintendent of police in the district, resigned on December 28 last year after she was transferred to Barrackpore in the North 24 Parganas as commandant of the third battalion of the state armed police. She could not be contacted for comments despite several attempts.