Bengal cop collected Rs 168 crore in 3,00,350 cartons for his political bosses: ED

New Delhi, Apr 08: Ashok Mishra, the officer in charge of the Bankura police station in West Bengal has been accused by the Enforcement Directorate of receiving 3,00,350 cartons containing around Rs 168 crore of illegal cash during May and September 2020 for a coal mafia.

On Wednesday, the court extended the custody of Mishra till April 12. The ED claimed that the cop was evasive on the total money he had received from coal mafia until he was confronted with vouchers showing he had received around Rs 168 crore. 

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