Mamata slams Centre over ED's questioning of Vadra

Vadra was questioned by the ED during the day in relation to an investigation into a money laundering case.

Reacting to Enforcement Directorate's questioning of Robert Vadra on Wednesday, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said the Centre's move is deliberate keeping the Lok Sabha elections in mind.

"All the Opposition parties are united.They (Centre) are doing it deliberately right now at the time of elections. We will approach the Election Commission also in this regard," said Mamata. She was speaking to reporters at the state secretariat.

Vadra was questioned by the ED during the day in relation to an investigation into a money laundering case.

She asked how just months before the elections, the Centre can send notices to all Opposition parties.

"There is no serious case, not even a cheating case. They are just casually sending notices to everybody on the pretext of 'larger conspiracy'. What is 'larger conspiracy'? It is a vague word," Mamata said.

She also claimed the Opposition unity is intact.

"So we stand together. We are united and we are together. We will work together," Mamata said.

Regarding this year’s edition of her investment-seeking event, the Bengal Global Business Summit (BGBS), the chief minister said more than 36 countries will be participating.

She also said that major industrialists will take part in BGBS.

"Mukesh Ambani, Sajjan Jindal and the Adani Group will be among the participants in the event," Mamata said.

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