Police believe that Sen had met some top leaders seeking their help but getting no positive response, he wrote a letter to the CBI on April 6 before fleeing the state. According to a report published in Bengali daily Anandabazaar Patrika, Sen had eyed to form a political lobby to work for him and the police were trying to find out whether the said politicians are part of that lobby.
The man reportedly has links with many other leaders. The CPI(M) has recently expelled Ganesh De, aide of former state finance minister Ashim Dasgupta for allegedly having links with the tainted chit fund organisation. The police have reportedly found six other names who were connected with Sen's businesses in some manner, the report said.
The Ponzi boss has reportedly broken down under continuous interrogation, said police sources. Police said the man was all the more shattered for no one from the closed circles came to meet him.
The interrogators, however, said that this fragility of Sen was helping their cause for he was revealing more information about the massive scam and whoever was involved in it.
The police were, however, yet to find the whereabouts of the huge property of Saradha. The police were looking for some of the agents and office-holders of the organisation whom Sen has accused of indulging in fraudulence.
The police will seek the court's permission to put up the list of Saradha's property on the website of the state police so that common people can also help them in the investigation by giving handy inputs.