In the Parambir Singh case, a cavity has already been filed against former Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh and the Maharashtra government’s decision to go to the Supreme Court. Advocate Jayashree Patil has filed a caveat in the Supreme Court. In fact, Patil is a petitioner in the Bombay High Court and it is on his petition that the High Court has ordered the Central Bureau of Investigation to conduct a preliminary inquiry into the allegations of corruption against Deshmukh.
Anil Deshmukh and the Maharashtra government can go to the Supreme Court against this decision of Bombay High Court, so Patil has filed this cavity before the court takes any decision. Deshmukh resigned from his post on Monday and after accepting his resignation from the government, he was sent to the Governor. Dilip Valse, a close leader of Sharad Pawar, has been made the new home minister.
However, after the resignation, it was also reported that Deshmukh and the Maharashtra government would go to the Supreme Court against the CBI inquiry order. Senior advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi will appear in the Supreme Court on behalf of the Maharashtra government. There is a matter of filing a separate appeal in the Supreme Court of Anil Deshmukh. Both the Maharashtra government and Anil Deshmukh will challenge the order of a separate CBI inquiry, after which Patil has filed a caveat.
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On the other hand, the information is also that the CBI has contacted Jayashree Patil on the phone and asked for a copy of his complaint against Anil Deshmukh. The agency has also said that soon Patil will be called for a statement in the case.
Please tell that the former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh had made a serious charge of corruption on Deshmukh last month. Parambir Singh had said that Deshmukh had instructed many police officers to recover Rs 100 crore every month. He also said that Deshmukh was interfering in the transfer of police officers and investigation of many cases, etc.
Anil Deshmukh, embroiled in controversies over these allegations, resigned as Maharashtra Home Minister on Monday. He shared his resignation on Twitter, in which he has said that he is resigning on the basis of moral vision.