DCP informs Chandiwal commission that there was no demand by Anil Deshmukh or associates

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DCP informs Chandiwal compensation that there was no demand by Anil Deshmukh or associates

Divisional Commissioner of Authorities (DCP) Dr Raju Bhujbal, that was heading the Social Solutions eBranch of Mumbai Authorities in between 2020 as well as 2021, informed the Chandiwal compensation that there was a discussion about bars however there was no demand for money from previous Maharashtra residence minister Anil Deshmukh or his associates.Bhujbal informed the Chandiwala commission that he was appointed as Nodal Police officer during the Legislative Setting up session from March 1 to 10, 2021. He claimed that it was his responsibility to collaborate with different cops in relationship to the questions that were being asked in the Maharashtra Assembly and also had to brief the residence minister.Bhujbal was being cross examined by Deshmukh’s legal representative Girish Kulkarni.Bhujbal informed the payment that there was no conference with law enforcement agent on March 2, while on March 4,

there was a normal conference at Dnyaneshwari, the main home of the then residence preacher, which lasted till 10:45 pm.On that day, Bhujbal claimed that he fulfilled ACP Sanjay Patil and also Deshmukh’s assistant Sanjeev Palande.”It was a main meeting with no conversation of any type of need from anybody,”said Bhujbal, adding that Deshmukh was not present in the March 4 meeting.Bhujbal stated that Palande had asked Sanjay Patil that there were 1,750 bars and dining establishments(in Mumbai). Palande told him regarding questions connected to collection of money from 1750 facilities which might slip in the assembly. To this, Patil clarified that on document there are 300-350 certified bars as well as owing to Covid-19, just 170-175 bars where functioning. Patil informed Palande that there was no collection from his branch from any kind of bar establishment.During the cross exam by advocate Shekhar Jagtap who was representing Palande, the DCP likewise informed the payment that he had never ever talked regarding the house priest establishing a target collection of Rs

40-50 crore which was feasible through an approximate 1,750 bars, restaurants and facilities operating in Mumbai.Patil’s supporter Hrishikesh Mundargi also cross-examined Bhujbal. Bhujbal informed the payment that Patil had carried out raids as well as examination just after seeking his previous authorization and also that he did not obtain any type of problems against Patil.Bhujbal was additionally cross

analyzed by rejected Mumbai cop Sachin Vaze’s attorney Aarti Kalekar. Bhujbal informed the payment during the hearing that Vaze was much valued for his work as Aide Cops Inspector which there had been no insubordination by him.Published at Wed

, 12 Jan 2022 13:06:10 -0500


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