Kolkata, aug 24: The Central Bureau of Investigation may give the Trinamool Congress a clean chit in the Saradha scam after it was found that none of the transactions of the party accounts were suspicious in nature.
The CBI was investigating some transactions in the accounts of the Saradha group and has now found that these were not linked to the TMC.
An officer with the CBI informed OneIndia that they have thoroughly verified the transactions and found that the accounts of the TMC were not suspicious. The CBI had called for the account statements of the TMC earlier this year as it was found that some suspicious transactions had been made from the Saradha group.
No suspicious transactions:
The CBI had sought documents and account statements from the TMC earlier this year. It was alleged that the Saradha group had moved funds to the accounts of the TMC. The Saradha group which is under investigation for the multi crore chit fund scam was believed to have moved funds into the accounts of the TMC.
The CBI had questioned several top leaders of the TMC including Mukul Roy and general secretary of the party, Subrata Baxi. The TMC on its part had said that there were no suspicious transactions and they were being targeted.
The party had also submitted all details of the accounts to the CBI which were examined and now it has been found that there were no transactions that were suspicious in nature.