ED interrogation of Boni in corruption case

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Tollywood actor of this generation Boney Sengupta has been questioned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in a corruption case.

On Thursday (March 9), Boni was interrogated for a long time on two occasions in the much-discussed teacher recruitment corruption case in Kolkata. The ED formed a three-member committee to question him.

Earlier, the ED issued a notice directing Boni to appear in the office by 11 am on Friday (March 10). But a day earlier, on Thursday morning, he appeared at the CGO complex of ED’s regional office in Salt Lake and spoke to them.

It is known that Kuntal Ghosh, a member of the youth committee of the ruling party Trinamool Congress in the state, was arrested in the case of teacher recruitment corruption. ED got information about actor Boney’s financial transactions with him.

According to the agency, a large sum of money was transferred from Kuntal to Boni’s bank account. Keeping that information in front, the actor was summoned to interrogate Boney. Central investigation officials interrogated Boni for about four hours in the first round and till 4 pm in the second round.

In this context, the actor told the media, I met Kuntal in 2017. We develop a good relationship. I had a transaction with Kuntal about buying and selling a car. I bought a luxury car with approximately Rs 35 to 40 lakhs taken from him. However, Boni said that he sold the car after five years.

Bonnie says that at that time the payment was made with Kuntal at the car showroom, as the car is in my name, I have been called.

The Tollywood actor also said that Kuntal wanted to pay me the money in cash. But I didn’t agree, asked him to make the payment into the account of the car manufacturer. At that time I knew nothing about Kuntal’s activities. If I had known, I would not have taken that money from Kuntal. But Boni also said that he will help in this investigation.

Michael Fried

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