Money laundering case | ED files 7,000 page chargesheet, names Anil Deshmukh as main accused

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Mumbai : deccan express Money laundering case | The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has filed a 7,000 page chargesheet before the special ED court of the Mumbai sessions court in a money laundering case involving former home minister Anil Deshmukh.


Deshmukh has been named as the main accused and his secretary Sanjiv Palande and Kundan Shinde are the other accused.


ED has already declared Anil Deshmukh’s son Hrishikesh Deshmukh as an absconder. Three people have been declared as absconders by the ED in the case.


Hrishikesh Deshmukh did not present himself for inquiry despite being repeatedly summoned. He had approached the court seeking interim protection from arrest, but the legal process is still underway.


Anil Deshmukh’s family members and personal secretary were officials of Shri Sai Shikshan Sanstha. ED had summoned Deshmukh citing irregularities in the sanstha. However, Deshmukh used all legal options available to him.

After the investigative agency clarified that Deshmukh was an accused, he went to the ED office, where he was arrested after being questioned for 13 hours.


Deshmukh made a lot of efforts to ensure that he was sent to judicial custody and got bail. However, since the ED’s arguments were accepted by the court every time, Deshmukh had to spend more than 14 days in the custody of ED. He is now in judicial custody.

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