Bombay High Court orders CBI inquiry against Home Minister of Maharashtra Anil Deshmukh. Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh’s difficulties are once again seen increasing.
According to the latest information, the Bombay High Court has given orders for a CBI investigation against Home Minister Deshmukh, the first report of it has been sought within 15 days.
The Bombay High Court while ordering a CBI inquiry said that Parambir Singh’s allegations are serious, the matter must be investigated.
Significantly, this issue has been increasing since the explosion of a Scorpio-loaded Scorpio car outside the businessman Mukesh Ambani’s house.
Former Mumbai Police chief Parambir Singh, who came under suspicion in this case, accused Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh of recovering Rs 100 crore per month from Mumbai’s bars and hotels from suspended Mumbai Police officer Sachin Waze.
On not registering a case in this case, the High Court told Parambir Singh that you are a senior police officer and if you were aware of this wrongdoing, then it was your responsibility to lodge a complaint.
Despite the restrictions in Mumbai, the corona rules flashed fiercely, the camera caught in a shocking picture.
People are still not alerted amid the ever-increasing cases of corona infection in Maharashtra. It looks like this by looking at the pictures of Dadar Sabji Mandi in Mumbai.
In the midst of corona infection, there is a gathering of people who buy vegetables in these pictures. The Maharashtra government has implemented a weekend lockdown in the state till April 30 in view of the corona infection.
In such a situation, the state will now have a strict lockdown every week on Friday nights from 8 am to 7 am Monday. Night curfew will continue every night from 8 am to 7 am.
The new restrictions imposed by the government will continue during the day. An emergency meeting of the Council of Ministers was called in the state on Sunday to review the Corona crisis.
In this, a new guideline has been issued by the government to deal with Corona. Maharashtra is the second place in the world where most patients are found.
Let us know that in the last 24 hours in Mumbai, 11,163 new cases of corona infection have been reported and deaths of 25 infected have been recorded.
In Maharashtra, 57,074 new coronary infections have been confirmed on Sunday, the highest number in a day in a state.
With this, Maharashtra is the second place in the world where most patients have been found in the last 24 hours. France has more than 60,922 patients from Maharashtra.