Narada case: ED summons Mukul Roy
Kolkata: Officers of the Enforcement Directorate would once again question expelled Trinamool Congress leader Mukul Roy in connection with the Narada sting operation.
Sources said that ED officers want to record his statement which they are considering important in terms of their probe to ascertain the money trail.
This comes at the time when another central investigating agency has sent notice to Roy to carry out the reconstruction part of the investigation.
It was on October 14, when the CBI had earlier summoned Roy in the similar connection and they wanted to visit his residence at Gurusaday Dutta Road in Kolkata to carry out the reconstruction part of the investigation. According to sources in CBI, Samuel went to this place two times.
It is learnt that the CBI officers urged Roy to specify a date when they can carry out the reconstruction. They have urged him to inform it to them within the next one week though Roy had sought three weeks time, sources said.
On September 11, CBI had recorded the statement of Roy in this connection. Roy was in the office of the CBI for around six hours and it was learnt that he told the investigating officers that he was not found taking money in the video footages of the sting operation.