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CBI questions Sadananda

 The CBI team dealing with the Saradha scam is believed to have extracted some stunning revelation a day after the county’s premier investigating agency took Sadananda Gogoi to its Kolkata office.

Pressure mounts on the singer and film maker to spill the beans as he was the vital link between Sudipto Sen and Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma.

He further played a crucial role to take former DGP Shankar Baruah to the Saradha boss. On the basis of the revelations, CBI is preparing to quiz sitting Congress MLA Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma and Shankar Baruah in full view of Gogoi and Sudipto Sen.

The CBI team interrogated Manoranjana Sinh in the same style citing his purported letter.

Gogoi, the singer and film maker allegedly broke the deal between Sen and former minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma who is believed to have invested the money at a news channel owned by his wife.

Assam Times has already broke the story of CBI’s preparedness to quiz at least five top political leaders, businessman including the CEO of an Assamese satellite news channel to quiz in this connection.




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