The CBI team probing the case in West Bengal has written to its headquarters in New Delhi seeking approval to question the three MPs and a minister in connection with the scam.
There is ample evidence against the three Trinamool Congress MPs and also the minister from the same party a CBI officer informed OneIndia.
Probe to speed up:
The CBI will submit its final report on the Saradha scam in the month of January 2016.
In order to submit the final report, the questioning of the four persons alleged to have played a key role in the scam is extremely important the officer also informed.
The CBI has prepared a dossier and submitted to their higher ups in New Delhi. The CBI team in West Bengal would act as per the instructions they get from their headquarters in New Delhi.
The dossier after being studied would be sent for legal opinion following which the decision to summon the four politicians would be taken.
The dossier lists out crucial evidence against the four leaders. The dossier was prepared after closely examining the bank accounts of the Saradha group.
There is some evidence to link the statements in the accounts to the four leaders, the CBI states.