Kolkata police commissioner Rajeev Kumar said if required the clips will be sent for examination but that will only happen after seeking legal advice.
Kolkata: After looking for legitimate feeling, the Kolkata Police will send BJP pioneer a sound clasp in which BJP pioneer Mukul Roy is purportedly heard requesting that a gathering partner draw in the CBI to badger four IPS officers in Bengal for scientific examination.
In the sound clasp, which turned into a web sensation a couple of months back, BJP’s state in-control Kailash Vijayvargiya is heard asking Roy whether he needed to feature anything on Bengal as he would meet gathering president Amit Shah.
In answer, Roy is heard asking for Vijayvargiya to converse with Shah on connecting with the CBI to keep a watch on four IPS officers to alarm them.
“Jo roast IPS officer hain, unpe CBI ko thoda nazar dalna hoga. Isme agar ek baar dhyan denge, toh yeh IPS log dar jayenge (the CBI should keep a watch on four IPS officers. On the off chance that we center around this, these IPS officers will get terrified),” Roy is heard telling Vijayvargiya in the clasp.
Addressing News18, Kolkata police official Rajeev Kumar stated, “Whenever required we will inspect the clasps yet that will just occur in the wake of looking for legitimate exhortation.”
Kumar was as of late flame broiled by CBI sleuths for five days in Shillong over his supposed job in altering proof in the multi-crore Saradha trick.
Before that main clergyman Mamata Banerjee sat on a challenge when officers of the head exploring office went to Kumar’s living arrangement for addressing.
Roy stated, “The issue is in the Delhi high court. Nonetheless, everything I can say is that the voice in the sound clasp isn’t mine.”
At the point when asked whether he was prepared to coordinate with the Kolkata Police in its test, the BJP pioneer stated, “I am prepared participate whenever.”
Roy, a previous Trinamool Congress MP, had looked for a CBI test into the supposed reconnaissance and tapping of his telephone by the West Bengal police.
On November 3, 2017, Roy formally joined BJP and his enlistment in the gathering was authoritatively reported by Vijayvargiya within the sight of Union pastor Ravi Shankar Prasad at a public interview.
On November 17, Mukul Roy had said his landline and cell phones were being tapped and moved the Delhi high court requesting a test into the issue.