Extra hassle for Anil Deshmukh, Bombay HC refuses to quash CBI FIR on corruption expenses towards him


Mumbai: In additional hassle for former Maharashtra house minister Anil Deshmukh, the Bombay Excessive Courtroom on Thursday refused to quash the First Data Report (FIR) lodged by the CBI towards him on expenses of corruption and misconduct.

The order was handed by a bench of Justices SS Shinde and NJ Jamadar, which stated Deshmukh’s plea searching for quashing of the FIR “deserved to be dismissed.”



The FIR was registered towards Deshmukh and a few unidentified individuals on April 24 this yr on expenses of corruption and misconduct following a preliminary inquiry that the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) carried out in compliance with the excessive court docket’s order.

The HC additionally refused Deshmukh’s request to remain its judgement to present him time to file an enchantment towards the identical. 

The inquiry was initiated into the grievance lodged by lawyer Jaishri Patil, within the aftermath of allegations of corruption levelled towards Deshmukh by former Mumbai Police commissioner Param Bir Singh. Deshmukh, by way of senior advocate Amit Desai, had sought that the FIR towards him be quashed.

The NCP chief had stated the continuing CBI inquiry towards him was unlawful, because the central company had not taken prior sanction from the Maharashtra authorities to prosecute him.

The CBI, in its FIR, stated Deshmukh had data of the reinstatement of former assistant police inspector Sachin Waze, an accused in a case of bomb scare close to the residence of industrialist Mukesh Ambani, and the NCP chief used to train undue interference in transfers and postings of Maharashtra cops.

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