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Anil Deshmukh Writes To Uddhav Thackeray To Probe Corruption Charges Against Him

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If Chief Minister inquires the matter, I might welcome it. Satyamev Jayate: Anil Deshmukh (File)

Mumbai:

Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh on Wednesday knowledgeable that he has written a letter to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray to research the corrupt malpractices allegations levelled in opposition to him by former Mumbai Police chief Param Bir Singh.

Taking to his Twitter deal with, Mr Deshmukh shared the letter written to Thackeray. “I have asked the Chief Minister to inquire into the allegations made against me by (former Police Commissioner of Mumbai) Param Bir Singh to bring out the truth,” he tweeted in Marathi.

“If the Chief Minister inquires the matter, I would welcome it. Satyamev Jayate,” he added.

Former Police Commissioner of Mumbai Param Bir Singh had written a letter to Thackeray alleging that Deshmukh had indulged in “malpractices” and requested suspended Assistant Police Inspector Sachin Waze to gather Rs 100 crore each month.

Following this, a delegation of BJP leaders led by former Maharastra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis met the Governor on Wednesday, urging him to hunt a report from Thackeray on the difficulty associated to governance and corruption.

Cornering the Maha Vikas Aghadi authorities, Mr Fadnvais stated that it has misplaced the ethical floor to stay in energy.

“We requested the Governor to ask for a report from the Chief Minister on various issues related to governance and COVID-19 in the state. We also requested him to intervene in corruption-related issues,” BJP chief Sudhir Mungantiwar had stated.

Mr Fadnavis on Tuesday had handed over purported proof to the Union Home Secretary concerning the alleged switch posting racket of IPS and non-IPS officers of Maharashtra Police.

He had sought time from Union Home Secretary to fulfill him and hand over 6.three GB of information of name recordings and paperwork pertaining to the alleged switch posting racket of IPS and non-IPS officers of Maharashtra Police.

Earlier, he had demanded Mr Deshmukh’s resignation over former Police Commissioner of Mumbai Singh’s allegations in opposition to the State Home Minister.

Mr Singh had, on Saturday, written a letter to Thackeray, alleging that Deshmukh had indulged in “malpractices” and requested suspended Assistant Police Inspector Sachin Waze to gather Rs 100 crore each month.

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