Speaking to the reporters, Ghosh accused the police of hurting him.
Ghosh said he would not plead for bail and was ready to be sent to CBI custody.
CBI has been handed over 76 cases that were being probed by the SIT of West Bengal Police.
The Supreme Court had on May 9 ordered a CBI probe into the chit fund scam in West Bengal, Odisha and Assam.
Alleging harassment by the police, Ghosh claimed that he was being framed in various ‘new and false’ cases.
In the series, Kunal Ghosh writes about his experience in jails and court lockups and people he meets, though he has not referred to scam directly.
According to CBI, three cases have been registered under sections 406, 409, 420 and 120B of IPC against the Group companies.
ED, which is conducting parallel investigations, will soon start the process of attaching property and assets of the Saradha Group.
Ghosh had on many occasions accused the ruling Trinamool Congress of trying to save those involved in the scam.
Court set up a committee and gave them permission to oversee running of channels.
The chairman of Saradha Group has expressed his wish to dispose of his properties to return money to investors.
Suspended Trinamool Congress MP Kunal Ghosh,was Friday granted bail.
Ghosh was arrested on November 23 by the Bidhannagar police in the Saradha Group ponzi scam.
Police trashed Ghoshs claim that he was only involved in the media business and was unaware of the companys money market operations.
The Trinamool Congress has written to the Chairman,Rajya Sabha,to change the seat of its suspended MP Kunal Ghosh in the House.