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Kolkata, July 29: According to ED sources, apart from Millions of rupees, gold jewelry, gold butt, and many valuables, several sex toys were found in Arpita Mukherjee’s flat. ED officers were shocked to see that.

Former Trinamool Secretary General Partha Chatterjee has been arrested in the case of recruitment of teachers in the state. Meanwhile, this is surprising information. Sex toys were recovered from his ‘Intimate Friend’ Arpita’s flat.

What exactly happened?

According to ED sources, several sex toys were found in the flat of arrested Arpita Mukherjee. Who brought them here? What was their use? A silver bowl was also found. Silver bowls are not very expensive. But there is another social side to this silver bowl.

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Among the Bengalis, a silver bowl is given to the newly married couple. It’s ancient. In which there is a good wish to bring the next generation to the world by lighting the lap. There is confusion as to why all these things came to Arpita’s flat.

The secret of Sex Toy

The ED officers have decided that Arpita will be interrogated on this matter regarding the Sex Toy. Who gave it to her? Did she order it online? What was the reason for buying it? These questions arise.

Most women in this country buy sex toys by ordering online. And most of those who buy do not have a permanent sexual partner. So this arrangement is considered.

On 28th July, Enforcement Directorate (ED) recovered Rs 27.9 crore cash, gold, and jewelry worth Rs 4.31 crore during a raid from the residence of West Bengal minister Partha Chatterjee’s aide Arpita Mukherjee in Belghoria in North 24-Parganas.

The unaccounted money was found five days after the agency seized more than Rs 21 crore in cash, besides jewelry and foreign exchange from another flat of Mukherjee, who was also arrested on July 23.

Cash of Rs 27.9 crore (notes of Rs 2,000 and 500 denominations, neatly packed in bundles of 50 lakh each for Rs 2,000 notes and 20 lakh each for Rs 500 note), gold and jewelry worth Rs 4.31 crore (3 gold bricks of 1 kg each, 6 Kangana (bangle) of 500 GM each and other gold jewellery, one gold pen) were found during the raid which began on Wednesday ended at around 4 am.