For the third day in a row, the CBI questioned West Bengal minister Paresh Adhikari about his daughter Ankita’s allegedly illegal primary school teaching position.
Ankita Adhikari, a teacher at a government-aided school in Calcutta, was fired from her position on Friday and ordered to return the salary she had earned during her 41-month tenure.
A file containing several important documents related to the appointment was seen by close associates of Adhikari, Minister of State for Education, arriving at the CBI office at 10.35 a.m.
An official with the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) says that Adhikari may be asked questions about phone calls he made to his daughter Ankita’s appointment from his mobile phone.
“In light of his daughter’s new position as an assistant teacher in a primary school, the calls may be related. We’ll be filming the entire interrogation, as we did yesterday “According to the CBI detective,
During the investigation, the Mekliganj MLA was questioned for over nine hours Friday and nearly four hours Thursday night.
Ankita Adhikari may be questioned by the CBI’s investigators next week, according to CBI insiders.