Bombay High Court | NO relief to state government over Deshmukh case by Bombay SC

by Team Deccan Express
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deccan expressThe Bombay high court has rejected a plea of state government to allow forming a Special investigating Team (SIT) against former state home minister Anil Deshmukh who is facing a CBI probe under the Prevention of Corruption Act. Court also gives freedom to the CBI to investigate cases in all aspects.


The Maharashtra Government had earlier sought a court-monitored investigation by SIT against Anil Deshmukh. During the hearing, Bombay High court stated that summons sent to former state chief secretary Sitaram Kunte and state Director general of Police Sanjya Pandey in the Anil Deshmukh case were justified. The Bombay high court has rejected a petition seeking a SIT to probe the FIT registered by the CBI against Deshmukh.


Court also stated, “State government should not file a petition challenging personal summons issued by CBI to Kunte and Pandey.


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