MUMBAI: An inspector of Mumbai Police has moved town police commissioner looking for a re-investigation of a case registered towards businessman Jitendra Navlani for allegedly obstructing police work. An official gave this info on Monday.
Navlani, the proprietor of a South Mumbai-based restaurant, can also be accused of receiving Rs 58.96 crore from numerous non-public corporations utilizing the names of Enforcement Directorate (ED) officers. The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) had additionally issued a lookout round towards Navlani final week.
Based on the official, Inspector Anoop Dange, in a 31-page grievance submitted to the Mumbai Police Commissioner final week, stated that the Gamdevi police had registered an FIR towards Navlani in November 2019 for stopping the officers from performing their responsibility, however final month Bombay Excessive Courtroom quashed it. He stated Dange has requested for a re-investigation of the case registered towards Navlani and people officers who didn’t examine the matter correctly when Parambir Singh was Mumbai Police chief. Based on the official, Dange has handed over the proof associated to the 2019 FIR towards Navlani.
The Gamdevi police had registered an FIR towards Navlani, a resident of Colaba space of south Mumbai, for allegedly obstructing police work. The police work is alleged to have been interrupted when she went to the restaurant in November 2019 to close it down after it was open until late at evening. Based on the official, Dange was transferred to the police management room in South Mumbai space after the incident and took cost of Gamdevi police station solely final month.
One other FIR was lodged towards Navlani earlier this month, alleging that he collected round Rs 58.96 crore between 2015 and 2021. After this, Maharashtra ACB issued a lookout round towards Navlani final week.
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