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Bengal: Phone tapes reveal Mamata’s nephew received Rs 40 crore as bribe

Another audio clip alleged that Mamata Banerjee is like Dhritarashtra and all their decisions are taken by Abhishek Banerjee

Even as Assembly elections are underway in West Bengal, explosive new audio tapes reveal the ‘game of corruption’ in the state on how Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s nephew Abhishek Banerjee received cut money.

The audio tapes have been accessed media.

The audio tapes obtained from sources related to investigating agencies, Ganesh Bagaria, a close aide of coal scam accused Anup Manjhi, makes shocking revelations. The conversation raises fingers directly at Abhishek Banerjee, nephew of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. However media channel does not confirm the authenticity of these audio tapes.

In the first audio clip, there is talk of some big avenue. One person has been identified as Ganesh Bagaria, a close aide of Anup Manjhi, an accused in the coal scam. While in the second audio clip, it is alleged that as Mamata Banerjee tries to scale new heights in politics, her nephew Abhishek Banerjee drags her down.

In the third audio clip, the conversation is around the cut money of Rs 35 to Rs 40 crores made its way to Abhishek Banerjee in two and a half years time. The connection through whihc the money reached Abhishek’s hand is also mentioned in the audio clip.

While another audio clip alleged that Mamata Banerjee is like Dhritarashtra and all their decisions are taken by Abhishek Banerjee. For this reason many AITC leaders have left the party or are about to leave.

In the last clip, Ganesh said that Abhishek Banerjee‘s close aide Vinay Mishra demanded money from the Excise Commissioner. Not only this, Abhishek Banerjee directly sought money from the coal mine owners.

Polling for the first two phases of the West Bengal polls was held on 27 March and 1 April respectively. The next phase of polling will take place on 6 April. The counting of votes will take place on 2 May.

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