Mumbai: The CBI has moved the Bombay Excessive Court docket within the case of former Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh. Submitting a petition within the Bombay Excessive Court docket, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Thursday alleged that the Maharashtra authorities was not cooperating or sharing paperwork within the corruption case towards former state residence minister Anil Deshmukh.
The CBI moved the Bombay Excessive Court docket, saying that the Maharashtra authorities was not cooperating with the CBI group probing the Anil Deshmukh case even after a transparent order from the apex court docket. The CBI, via an Further Solicitor General, alleged within the court docket that as a substitute of cooperating with ACP Mumbai, it was making threats to the CBI officer probing the case. The court docket has now taken this matter severely.
A bench of Justice SS Shinde and Justice NJ Jamadar issued discover to the state authorities on Thursday. With this, the matter has been taken up for listening to on August 11. CBI’s Further Solicitor General Anil Singh stated his earlier statements of not in search of paperwork on switch and posting from the Maharashtra authorities had been solely until the state’s plea was determined.
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