The CBI on Monday filed a cost sheet in opposition to BSF Commandant Satish Kumar and 6 others for his or her alleged involvement in a cattle smuggling racket working on the India-Bangladesh border, officers stated.
The company had taken over the case on September 21, 2020.
The cost sheet has been filed in opposition to Kumar, the then Commandant of 36 Battalion BSF, Enamul Haque, Anarul Seikh, Golam Mustafa Taniya Sanyal, Badal Krishna Sanyal and Rashida Bibi, the officers stated.
Within the cost sheet filed earlier than a particular courtroom in West Bengal’s Asansol, the CBI alleged that Haque was the mastermind of the unlawful cattle commerce and was assisted by two different accused in connivance with Kumar who was deployed at Murshidabad and Maldah.
“Proof has been discovered throughout investigation concerning the alleged unlawful cross-border promoting of cattle, the associated motion, supply and use of ill-gotten cash,” CBI spokesperson RC Joshi stated.
He alleged that three different accused assisted and confirmed fictitious enterprise actions to regularise the ill-gotten cash.
“Searches had been performed at round 34 areas throughout the nation on the premises of the accused. Then Commandant, BSF and a personal individual had been arrested through the course of investigation,” Joshi stated.
“The stated non-public individual continues to be in judicial custody on the time of submission of the cost sheet,” he added.