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Bombay High Court Denies Interim Relief To Anil Deshmukh On His Plea Against CBI FIR

first_imgNews UpdatesBombay High Court Denies Interim Relief To Anil Deshmukh On His Plea Against CBI FIR Sharmeen Hakim6 May 2021 2:35 AMShare This – xThe Bombay High Court has granted liberty to the State of Maharashtra and former State Home Minister Anil Deshmukh to approach the vacation bench in case they want to seek urgent interim reliefs in the FIR lodged by the Central Bureau of Investigation pertaining to former Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh’s corruption allegations.Deshmukh and the Additional Chief Secretary (Home) have filed separate petitions seeking different reliefs. While Deshmukh is seeking quashing of the FIR, the ACS Home seeks to quash two paragraphs from the FIR, calling them as trying to destabilise the present government in the State.While Deshmukh’s petition was adjourned as the court observed that it would not pass any orders on the point of interim relief without hearing the CBI, the State Government’s petition was adjourned due to paucity of time.Senior Advocate Amit Desai, appearing for Deshmukh, sought interim relief from arrest till the time the court decided the petition, however, Additional Solicitor General Anil Singh for CBI sought 4 weeks’ time to reply to his petition.A division bench of Justices SS Shinde and Manish Pitale granted time to Singh to file a reply and adjourned the case. The court, however, granted liberty to Desai to approach the vacation bench for interim reliefs after giving 48 hours notice to the CBI of him wanting to approach the court.TagsBombay High Court Anil Deshmukh CBI Maharashtra Param Bir Singh’s Petition Next Storylast_img read more