Anil Deshmukh, Stunned By The Allegations Of Recovery

Anil Deshmukh, stunned by the allegations of recovery, is preparing for retaliation against Parambir Singh.

Stung by the allegations leveled against him by former police commissioner Parambir Singh, Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh is now ready to retaliate on Parambir.

Deshmukh discussed the matter in this regard on Monday by calling on Rajneesh Seth, who is handling the responsibility of Director General of Police, and Additional Chief Secretary (Home) Manu Kumar Srivastava.

After the transfer of Parambir, when the then DG Hemant Nagrale was made the Commissioner of Police of Mumbai, Rajneesh Seth was also given the additional charge of the DGP of the state.

Now, when the Home Minister has been directly accused of recovery of 100 crores, and the former Commissioner of Police Parambir Singh, who has made this charge, has also reached the Supreme Court, Anil Deshmukh is preparing for his defense and the retaliation against Parambir Singh.

It is believed that by calling the DG and Additional Chief Secretary (Home) of the Anti Corruption Bureau on Monday evening, he has started gathering information about Parambir itself. Deshmukh met with these two officials at the State Guesthouse Sahayadgi.

Parambir was removed from the post of commissioner of Mumbai after Mukesh Ambani’s house was found with an explosive-laden car and the death of Mansukh Deer.

Parambir Singh on Saturday wrote a letter to Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, alleging that Home Minister Anil Deshmukh acted with “maliciousness” and asked suspended API Sachin Vaz to collect Rs 100 crore every month.

Sources said that Parambir Singh said that Sachin Waze and Sanjay Patil were invited by Anil Deshmukh to his bungalow in September and after that several meetings took place.

Sources close to Parambir Singh asked why Deshmukh was not being asked questions related to this meeting.

Referring to allegations that the former Mumbai Police Commissioner had gone to Delhi before writing a letter and met BJP ministers, sources close to Parambir Singh said the allegations were “baseless” as he had not gone to Delhi and held such a meeting. Was not held.

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