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Sep 17, 2019
8:24AM

West Bengal Police responds to CBI's letter seeking whereabouts of Kolkata Police Ex-Commissioner Rajib Kumar

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The West Bengal Police responded to the letter of Central Bureau of Investigation seeking whereabouts of the Former Commissioner of Kolkata Police Rajib Kumar on Monday. 

The Director-General of Police Mr. Veerendra reportedly communicated to the CBI that Rajib Kumar is on leave till 25th of this month but his mobile phone is not reachable and State Police could not establish any contact with him. 

The CBI Officials went to the State Secretariat in Kolkata again and delivered letters addressed to the Chief Secretary and Home Secretary seeking information on Kumar as he is not appearing before the agency for ongoing probe in Saradha Chit Fund Scam. 

The order of the Calcutta High Court withdrawing protection against arrest to Rajib Kumar was also attached with the letters.

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