Petition against home Minister Maharashtra Anil Deshmukh was “Pretty serious”

The Supreme Court on Wednesday said there was no doubt that the problem was raised by former Police Chief Mumbai Bir Singh. This is in regard to the petition against the Home Minister of Maharashtra Anil Deshmukh was “quite serious”. But asked him to approach the Bombay High Court with his complaint. 

‘Pretty serious’, the Supreme Court said about the problem filed by the former Police Chief Mumbai Param Bir Singh

Practices of Deshmukh’s corrupt practices

The court allowed Singh to withdraw his request to seek direction for an “impartial and fair” Central bureau of an investigation into the alleged practices of Deshmukh’s corrupt practices.

Judge Sanjay Kiswan Kiss and R S Reddy gave the Liberty to Singh to approach the Bombay HC with his complaint.

There is no doubt that this problem is quite serious, the bench had observed.

Two initial questions

Senior Advocate Mukul Rohatgi, appearing for Singh, said they would apply in the High Court today. And the APEX court can say that the High Court must take it on Thursday.

At first, the bench said to Rohatgi that there were two initial questions. One was why article 32 petitions had been put forward in the upper field. And the applicant had not yet approached the High Court based on Article 226. Next, why Singh did not add the state home minister as a party in his application.

Rohatgi said that he would implead Deshmukh as a party in this serious matter and that the application in this matter was ready.

He said that this was a serious problem that had affected state administration.

Evidence in the form of CCTV recording

The bench said that the applicant had to approach the High Court. And if he wanted an investigation by an independent agent, the High Court could handle this.

Rohatgi handed over that there was evidence in the form of a CCTV recording. This had ATS and which is not in submission to the National Investigation Agency.

Strive to attract the petition with the freedom to approach the High Court

NIA is investigating this case related to the incident of February 25. Here cars with explosives were present outside the homes of the Indian Richest Mukesh Ambani lead to a bomb scare.

“Considering the applicants strive to attract the petition with the freedom to approach the High Court,” said the bench while granting him the freedom to approach the High Court.

In the submission of Rohatgi, the High Court instruct to make a request to Singh on Thursday. The bench said the applicant could submit this request before the High Court.

CBI to immediately take the CCTV recordings from Deshmukh’s residence

Singh, the 1988 Batch IPS officer, also requested the orders that transferred from the position of Police Commissioner Mumbai who accused it arbitrary and illegal.

As temporary assistance, he has been seeking to stay the transfer order and direction of his transfer to the state government, center, and CBI. They seek to immediately take the CCTV recordings from Deshmukh’s residence.

Intact, uninfluenced, impartial, and fair inquiry into corrupt malpractice

The Applicant has sought Writ Jurisdiction in this court to seek an intact, uninfluenced, impartial, and fair inquiry into corrupt malpractice Anil Deshmukh, Minister of the home of  Maharashtra state before the evidence, has said in his request.

Deshmukh has held a meeting on February 2021 at his residence. The meeting was with police officers including the Sachin Vaze of the Crime Intelligence Unit, Mumbai, and Sanjay Patil, ACP Social Services Branch, Mumbai. They passed their seniors and instructed them that he had a target to accumulate RS 100. Crore every month And directed to collect money from various companies and other sources, Singh has accused.

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