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Saradha scam: Kunal Ghosh on hunger strike demanding fair probe


Kolkata, Oct 10: Kunal Ghosh an accused in the Saradha scam has begun a hunger strike terming the probe into the case as unfair.

Ghosh who was arrested a year back in connection with the multi crore scam has termed the probe by the CBI as unfair and today launched an indefinite hunger strike in a Kolkata jail where he has been lodged.

Kunal Ghosh on hunger strike

Ghosh feels that the probe into the Saradha scam has been selective and he has been made a scape goat. He has often complained that the big-wigs managed to get away in the case, while people like him have been made scape goats.

He had a few months back said that he has proof against West Bengal Chief Minister, Mamata Banerjee and her alleged involvement in the Saradha scam.

Ghosh a member of the Trinamool Congress Party was suspended following his arrest in the Saradha scam. Ghosh has been one of the most vocal accused in the case and has often resorted to theatrics.

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He had once attempted suicide in jail and each time he is produced before the court, he has hurled allegations against the high and mighty in the TMC.

Ghosh has been complaining for long that the probe by the CBI is unfair. He has said that the real culprits are getting away and only a select few like him are being targeted. Today he launched a hunger strike in jail demanding a fair probe into the Saradha scam.

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