ED’s interrogation of Hemant Soren in illegal mining case ends, left office after 8 hours

Hemant Soren ED Interrogation: ED’s interrogation of CM Hemant Soren in the illegal mining lease case in Jharkhand is over. This questioning lasted for about 8 hours, at present Soren has left the office of the Enforcement Directorate. At the same time, before going to the ED office, Soren had said that all the allegations leveled against him in the case are baseless.

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) had called Soren for questioning in a money laundering case related to alleged illegal mining in the state. Earlier, Chief Minister Hemant Soren alleged in the press conference that he was a victim of the opposition’s conspiracy. He said, ‘‘The agency should press charges only after detailed investigation of the case.’’

CM Soren expressed doubt on the figures

ED has said that it has so far ‘discovered’ illegal mining-related crime worth Rs 1,000 crore in the state. have put. Soren said, ‘‘If we calculate the annual revenue from mines and minerals, it will not reach Rs 1000 crore. I’m going to the ED office to see how they arrived at that figure.’’

Elaborate security arrangements were made at the ED office

Ranchi’s Sub-Divisional Magistrate Deepak Dubey issued a notification that curfew under Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure has been imposed near the ED office from 10.30 am in the light of information about the sit-in demonstration by several organizations. Along with this, a large number of security forces were deployed around the ED office.

Read also: Illegal Mining Case: Before appearing before ED, CM Soren said – Attempts are being made to topple the government, the basis of the scam is beyond understanding

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