The Bengal CID police defied the orders of the Kolkata High Court

Amaravati: The Kolkata High Court has ordered the West Bengal CID (CID) to hand over Sheikh Shah Jahan, the accused in the case of assault on the officers of the Enforcement Directorate who came to investigate the Rs 100 crore rice scam of the ruling TMC leader in West Bengal. The court also issued a contempt notice and clarified that it should be answered within 2 weeks. The Kolkata High Court on Tuesday issued orders to hand over the case to the CBI. The West Bengal government immediately approached the Supreme Court against this order saying it was Sasemira. The Supreme Court has made it clear that it cannot be investigated immediately. The CBI, which took charge of the case as per the orders of the court, registered the case on Tuesday evening. CBI officials went to the West Bengal CID office to arrest the accused. CID refused to hand over accused Sheikh Shah Jahan.

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