Wife of former CPM legislator Dilip Sarkar filed a criminal defamation suit against Trinamool All India general secretary Mukul Roy for his defamatory remark that a police complaint of women trafficking had been lodged against the CPM leader four years ago. If found guilty, Roy can be punished with simple imprisonment for up to two years, with or without fine. Police had said that are having no information of any trafficking case against the slain CPM leader.
A 14-year-old girl in Durgapur was allegedly abducted by a Trinamool worker, Sukanta Lohar, who married her at a temple in Asansol and forced the girl into physical relationship. Failing to lodge a kidnapping complaint against the powerful TMC men, the father of the girl approached court, following which, the court directed police to produce the girl in court. The court than handed the girl to her family. Now the girl’s family members alleged that for the past one-and-a-half months, local Trinamool workers and some policemen had been threatening them.
Durgapur police investigating into a alleged case of cheating against Axes group, after receiving directives from Durgapur court has reported that preliminary investigation shows, the company has mopped up nearly 50 crores in the last six years. All the three directors of Axes are still absconding, however Durgapur Court granted bail to the eight employees of the company who were arrested police during the raid at the company’s City Centre office on April 30.
Manoj Nagel, the first man to be arrested in connection with the Saradha chit fund scam was brought from Dum Dum Central Jail and produced in Durgapur court yesterday. Nagel, one of the the directors of Saradha group has been sent to Asansol-Durgapur police commissionerate’s custody for 13 days by the ACJM of Durgapur court.
Durgapur police yesterday raided several offices of Axes Group in Durgapur and seized important documents. The offices were sealed and eight of its workers-officials have been arrested. All the three directors of the company managed to flee. Court order to start investigation against Axes Group of fraudulent activities after the complain of cheating by a retired ECL employee prompted the police to initiate such action.