Anil Deshmukh has resigned from the post of Maharashtra Home Minister after the Bombay High Court ordered a CBI inquiry against him over the recovery of Rs 100 crore.
Vinod Jagdale, Mumbai: Anil Deshmukh has resigned from the post of Maharashtra Home Minister after the Bombay High Court ordered a CBI inquiry against him over the recovery of Rs 100 crore.
Anil Deshmukh submitted his resignation and reached Varsha, the home of the Chief Minister of Maharashtra.
According to reports, Anil Deshmukh has resigned after discussions with Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar. Earlier, the Bombay High Court issued a CBI inquiry order in connection with the recovery of Rs 100 crore imposed on the petition of one petitioner Jayashree Patil.
The Bombay High Court Chief Justice has ordered a CBI inquiry in his decision and asked for an inquiry within 15 days to take a suitable decision. The High Court said that the CBI should conduct a preliminary inquiry on these charges, based on which the CBI director concludes. If they think so, then file an FIR. For this, the court has asked to complete the preliminary inquiry within 15 days.
Petitioner Jayashree Patil had said in her petition that if Anil Dekhmukh is the home minister of the state, he will not allow this investigation to be conducted properly, in such a case that the High Court should hand over the investigation to the CBI. However, earlier the Maharashtra government has already ordered a retrial judge to investigate the matter.
Explain that policeman Sachin Waje was arrested in connection with the recovery of explosives from a car parked outside Mukesh Ambani's house in Mumbai. After which Param Bir Singh was removed from the post of commissioner and after that he wrote a letter to the state CM Uddhav Thackeray and accused Anil Dekhmukh that he ordered Sachin Waze to recover Rs 100 crore from pubs, bars and hotels.