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100 crore recovery case: Supreme Court dismisses Anil Deshmukh’s plea, saying – ‘independent investigation is required’



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The Supreme Court has dismissed the plea of ​​the Maharashtra government and former state home minister Anil Deshmukh. According to media reports, the Supreme Court has refused to interfere with that order of the Bombay High Court in the Rs 100 crore recovery case. In which the Bombay High Court issued a CBI inquiry order against Anil Deshmukh.

The Supreme Court dismissed the pleas, saying that the allegations against Anil Deshmukh were serious. Home Minister and Police Commissioner are involved in this. The two continued to work closely until both were separated and both held prestigious positions. During the hearing of the petition, Supreme Court Judge SK Kaul asked the question of whether the CBI should not investigate it? The judge further said that the kind of allegations and the kind of people involved, this case requires independent investigation.

On the other hand, in the court from the side of Anil Deshmukh, it has been said that oral charges have been leveled against him without any basis and without hearing him, a CBI inquiry was ordered by the High Court. On this, the court said that the allegations are so serious, why should there not be a CBI inquiry.

Bombay High Court has ordered a CBI inquiry against Anil Deshmukh on the criminal petition of Advocate Jayashree Patil. Anil Deshmukh resigned from the post of Maharashtra Home Minister following a High Court order. After this, the CBI had registered a preliminary inquiry against him. Two CBI teams have reached Mumbai to investigate the allegations.

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