Rashmi Shukla phone tapping case: Union Home Ministry opposes state government’s plea

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Pune :  deccan express  – The Union Home Ministry has opposed the state government’s plea seeking few important
documents in senior IPS officer Rashmi Shukla phone tapping case terming it vague and untenable in an affidavit submitted in the magistrate court in Mumbai.


The State had filed an FIR at BKC cyber crime branch in Mumbai in connection with illegal
phone tapping of some VIPs during the tenure of Rashmi Shukla as the commissioner of CID.
In this connection, the State had submitted an evidence containing a pen drive and few
documents to the Centre. The ruling Maha Vikas Aghadi has alleged that Rashmi Shukla
tapped the phones without taking any permission.


When the State again filed an application with the Centre asking it to countercheck if both the
sets of evidences: one submitted to the Centre and the other in custody with the State are the
same, the Centre did not pay any attention to the plea. The State acting on the Centre’s callous attitude had filed a case in the court to which the Centre has responded by terming it vague and untenable. The hearing in this case is expected
to be held on December 18.

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