Kolkata: Mukul Roy, who is recently in the news for his ups and down in the political career. After facing the Enforcement Directorate (ED) for several times, now the Central Bureau Investigation (CBI) on Saturday gave a call to the former TMC MP, Mukul Roy in connection with the Narada scam.
The CBI wants to go in his Elgin road’s house where he allegedly took the money from Mathew Samuel. Today, the CBI wants to renovate the whole incidents. But Roy reportedly ignored their call and asked one month time period from the CBI for the reconstruction as now he is in dilemma over his political career.
Earlier on 11th October, Mukul Roy ‘with heavy heart’ officially resigned from his Rajya Sabha membership and primary membership of TMC. After this decision the TMC slammed him and said “We don’t give any value to his words. We are very happy today after Mukul left TMC and it is good for TMC as well as Bengal.”
Earlier with much confident Roy said that those who are seen on the videos telecasted by Narada News, none of them took money for their personal benefit. He took full responsibility and said that let the investigation proceed, and as its result, all truth will come out.
The Narada News tapes, released ahead of the 2016 assembly elections in West Bengal, showed TMC leaders allegedly receiving money from representatives of a fictitious company for future favours.
TMC leaders booked by the CBI include Rajya Sabha MP Mukul Roy, Lok Sabha MPs Saugata Roy, Aparupa Poddar, Sultan Ahmed, Prasun Banerjee and Kakoli Ghosh Dastidar.
Others named are West Bengal Urban Development Minister Firhad Hakim, Transport Minister Suvendu Adhikari, Environment Minister Sovan Chatterjee, Panchayat Raj and Rural Development Minister Subrata Mukherjee, former Minister Madan Mitra, MLA Iqbal Ahmed and IPS officer SMH Mirza.