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Enforcement Directorate launches probe against Anil Deshmukh in extortion case | India News – Times of India


Former Maharashtra house minister Anil Deshmukh

NEW DELHI: The Enforcement Directorate has launched an investigation into the extortion expenses against former Maharashtra house minister Anil Deshmukh as half of a probe beneath the Prevention of Money Laundering Act which can even look into the function of former Mumbai police commissioner Param Bir Singh, the accuser in the case.
Besides Deshmukh and different accused, together with dismissed assistant police inspector Sachin Waze, the company is more likely to summon Singh and report his assertion. Waze, in accordance with the CBI’s preliminary enquiry, was reinstated in service after 15 years with the “knowledge” of Deshmukh and was given necessary and delicate instances to probe in the town’s crime department. Sources mentioned Singh’s conduct as police commissioner was additionally beneath the scanner as he had full data of Waze’s actions and was instrumental in the latter’s posting because the digital head of the town’s prison investigation unit.
NCP and Congress, the 2 allies in Maharashtra’s ruling alliance led by Shiv Sena, known as the ED’s transfer vendetta politics meant to cowl up the failures of the Modi authorities.
“Right from Singh’s allegations to the filing of the case by the ED, it is all politically motivated and aimed at defaming him (Deshmukh) by misusing power. It is clear that BJP is playing politics using the CBI, ED and other central agencies,” NCP minister Nawab Malik mentioned.
In a letter to the Maharashtra governor and CM Uddhav Thackeray in the final week of March, which coincided with the revelation about Waze’s alleged function in planting explosives in entrance of industrialist Mukesh Ambani’s Mumbai residence, Singh alleged that the then house minister had set a Rs 100 crore goal for Waze and different Mumbai cops, to be raised from house owners of dance bars and eating places.

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