The CBI right now approached a particular NIA court docket in Mumbai in search of permission to query suspended police officer Sachin Waze in reference to its preliminary enquiry into the allegations of corruption in opposition to former Maharashtra Dwelling Minister Anil Deshmukh.
Sachin Waze was arrested on March 13 within the case of an explosives-laden SUV discovered close to industrialist Mukesh Ambani’s home in south Mumbai on February 25 and the following dying of Thane-based businessman Mansukh Hiran.
Sachin Waze is presently within the custody of the Nationwide Investigation Company, which is conducting a show into the case, and can be produced earlier than the particular NIA court docket right now.
The CBI right now filed an software earlier than the particular NIA court docket in search of permission to query Sachin Waze.
The court docket will hear the appliance when Sachin Waze is produced for remand.
Following an order of the Bombay Excessive Court docket, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) late Tuesday evening registered a preliminary enquiry (PE) to probe corruption allegations levelled by former Mumbai police chief Param Bir Singh in opposition to Anil Deshmukh.
Mr Singh was shifted from the submit of Mumbai police commissioner to the Dwelling Guards division on March 17.
He later filed a petition within the excessive court docket in search of a CBI probe in opposition to Anil Deshmukh, alleging that the NCP chief had requested Sachin Waze and different law enforcement officials to extort Rs 100 crore from eating places and bars.
Param Bir Singh Singh had additionally alleged corruption in police transfers and postings.
The excessive court docket in its order on Monday mentioned the CBI shall perform an inquiry into the allegations inside 15 days after which resolve on additional plan of action.
After the excessive court docket order, Anil Deshmukh resigned as Maharashtra Dwelling Minister.
Each Anil Deshmukh and the Maharashtra authorities have approached the Supreme Court docket difficult the excessive court docket’s order.
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