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Sunday, February 3, 2019

India news : CBI chief Rishi Kumar Shukla liable to assume responsibility on Monday

Recently delegated CBI Chief Rishi Kumar Shukla is probably going to assume control over the reins of the test office Monday. A 1983-clump IPS officer,

National News : Shukla will assume responsibility at once the office is occupied in a filthy skirmish of turf war with the Kolkata Police which has spiraled into a political slugfest between the Center and West Bengal Government. 

A confounded between time CBI boss M Nageswara Rao was seen scrambling assets to counter the West Bengal Police's activity that not just confined a CBI group, which went to address Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar, yet in addition cordoned off the organization's office at the CGO complex in Salt Lake city. The entry of 58-year old Shukla, a previous DGP of the Madhya Pradesh Police and an Intelligence Bureau veteran, as an undeniable executive is probably going to acquire a type of request the organization as it moves to the Supreme Court to test the activity of the West Bengal government in ponzi trick cases. 

CM Minister Mamata Banerjee had begun a dharna on Sunday night to challenge the asserted overbearing of the Center and abuse dispensed to her by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP boss Amit Shah. The issues were activated when a group of CBI authorities arrived unannounced at the entryways of Kolkata Police boss Rajeev Kumar to address him regarding Saradha and Rose Valley trick. The examinations in these cases have been accelerated in the kept running up to the general decisions with the organization as of late scrutinizing a nearby assistant of Banerjee at his living arrangement. 

The group was ceased by West Bengal Police work force and they were packaged into a police vehicle and taken to a police headquarters. The West Bengal Police made the move as the organization's authorities had neglected to deliver any warrant, state police authorities had said. 

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