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Anil Deshmukh and the state government’s two separate petitions in the Supreme Court against the Mumbai High Court’s decision

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Anil Deshmukh and the state government’s two separate petitions in the Supreme Court against the Mumbai High Court’s decision

New Delhi: Former Home Minister Anil Deshmukh Two petitions have been filed in the Supreme Court against the Mumbai High Court’s decision to probe the allegations against him. One is on behalf of former Home Minister Anil Deshmukh and the other is on behalf of the state government. The High Court has given the CBI 15 days to conduct a preliminary inquiry into the allegations against Deshmukh.

The entry of the CBI in this case, hence the encroachment of the Center on the rights of the States, is the petition of the State Government on this issue. Deshmukh will file his personal plea in the court. The petition also demanded that the hearing be held in the Supreme Court immediately. The Bombay High Court has given 15 days for a CBI inquiry, so the hearing is urgently needed, the petition said. Therefore, it will be important to see whether the petition will be heard in the Supreme Court tomorrow.

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Anil Deshmukh reached Delhi just hours after resigning yesterday. A team of lawyers was brainstorming about this at the residence of senior lawyer Abhishek Manu Singhvi for 9 to 10 hours last night. Therefore, it will be important to see what issues are being raised by Anil Deshmukh in the Supreme Court and whether he will get any relief from the High Court verdict.

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The High Court has directed the CBI to conduct a preliminary inquiry into the serious allegations leveled against Anil Deshmukh, saying it was a rare case of an official holding the post of Commissioner of Police directly accusing the state Home Minister of corruption. It also directed the CBI director to take appropriate action in the next 15 days. The High Court on Monday (April 5) disposed of three public interest litigation and one criminal writ petition filed in the Mumbai High Court over the letterbomb controversy of former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh.

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