No concern of Anil Deshmukh resigning: NCP's Jayant Patil after satisfying Sharad Pawar | Top Developments
NCP state chief Jayant Patil on Sunday stated there clearly was no concern of Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh resigning. The minister’s statement arrived against the backdrop of ex-Mumbai police main Param Bir Singh’s corruption allegation. He had reported that Deshmukh wished police officers to collect Rs 100 crore month-to-month from pubs and resorts in Mumbai.
Patil, a senior minister in Maha Vikas Aghadi federal government, said there was you don’t need to divert interest through the primary incident of bomb scare outside Mukesh Ambani’s residence as well as the killing of Mansukh Hiran, a Thane-based businessman. “The focus is on those two occasions and next appropriate tips is taken, Patil stated after a three-hour conference held at NCP chief Sharad Pawar’s residence in Delhi.
“issue of Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh resigning does not occur, he stated.
The conference associated with the NCP top brass included senior leader including Supriya Sule, Praful Patel, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar, and liquid sources minister Jayant Patil.
During a news briefing early in the day, Pawar said Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray will determine the fate of Deshmukh. Their commentary emerged amid conjecture in Maharashtra governmental circles your state may soon have a new residence minister.
The allegations levelled by Singh against Deshmukh are severe and need a detailed probe, Sharad Pawar said.
Before the meeting at Pawar’s residence here, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut had in addition satisfied him.
Senior Congress frontrunner Kamal Nath additionally found Pawar separately.
Singh, a senior IPS officer, who was utilized in the low-key Home Guards on March 17 following arrest of police officer Sachin Waze in the case related to the bomb scare near Mukesh Ambani’s residence Antilia, in a page to the Maharashtra main minister had reported that he was made a scapegoat.
In the eight-page letter to Chief Minister Thackeray, Singh alleged that Deshmukh regularly phone police to his official residence and give all of them a “collection target” from pubs, restaurants also establishments.
The Maharashtra Chief Minister’s workplace, in a release on Saturday, stated Singh’s “unsigned page to Thackeray” had not been delivered from their formal mail ID and efforts had been onto get in touch with him to validate it. (With PTI inputs)
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Published at sunlight, 21 Mar 2021 17:17:37 +0000