Corruption Case: Court may pronounce verdict on Deshmukh’s bail plea today


Mumbai: The Bombay Excessive Courtroom might pronounce its verdict on the bail plea of ​​former Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh in the present day i.e. on Monday. The case towards Deshmukh pertains to corruption and abuse of workplace, which is being probed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).

Justice M.S. Karnik, after listening to arguments from each the perimeters, reserved its verdict final week.
Deshmukh, 74, had final month rejected the bail plea of ​​a particular CBI courtroom, following which he moved the excessive courtroom. He has sought bail on medical grounds and on deserves of the petition.

The CBI had arrested him in a corruption case in April this 12 months. Deshmukh is at the moment in judicial custody and lodged within the Arthur Street Jail in Mumbai. The Bombay Excessive Courtroom had final week mentioned that in view of Deshmukh’s well being, it was prima facie of the opinion that precedence needs to be given to listening to his bail utility filed within the corruption and misuse of workplace case.

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