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The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has continued its search operation in a recruitment corruption case, conducting a raid at the residence of Arnab Bose, an officer of the Primary Education Council. The ED officials conducted the raid at 39, AC Block, Salt Lake, where Arnab Bose's in-laws reside. Two teams of ED officials participated in the operation this afternoon, searching both AC 39/2 and AC 40/4.
As per sources, Arnab Bose's name has surfaced in connection to the recruitment corruption case, prompting the ED officials to conduct the search operation at his in-laws' residence. Arnab Bose is known to be a contractual employee of the Accounts Department of the Board of Primary Education.
The Enforcement Directorate has been actively pursuing the recruitment corruption case and has been conducting search operations across various locations. The raid at Arnab Bose's in-laws' residence is the latest in a series of such operations.
The ED officials have not yet disclosed any details regarding the outcome of the search operation. However, the agency is expected to release a statement regarding the matter soon. The search operation at Arnab Bose's residence highlights the agency's commitment to uncovering corruption and holding those involved accountable.
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