Mumbai, 6/4(AO Bureau)In the case of former Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh, the Maharashtra Government has challenged the Bombay High Court order. The Maharashtra government has filed a petition in the Supreme Court against the decision of the Bombay High Court. Abhishek Manu Singhvi will advocate on behalf of the Maharashtra government. Let us tell you that the Bombay High Court has given the verdict of the CBI inquiry on the allegations of corruption on Deshmukh. He was accused of corruption by former Mumbai Police chief Parambir Singh, on which the court has ordered a CBI inquiry. After resigning, Deshmukh met senior advocates in Delhi.
On the court’s order, a CBI team will reach Mumbai on Tuesday to start the process of a preliminary investigation against Deshmukh. Officials said the agency usually waits for a formal order before taking action in such cases and seeks legal opinion, but the High Court has given only 15 days for the initial investigation, so the CBI acted swiftly. is. The CBI team will meet with lawyers to collect orders, attached complaints, and other necessary documents.
Bombay High Court had said this
A bench of Chief Justice Dipankar Dutt and Justice Girish Kulkarni said that it is an “extraordinary” and “unprecedented” case that should be independently investigated.
In its 52-page judgment, the bench said that Singh’s allegations against Deshmukh put the citizens’ trust in the state police at stake.
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