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Maharashtra CM’s office says Param Bir’s letter not from official electronic mail, doubts authenticity

Maharashtra CM’s office says Param Bir’s letter not from official electronic mail, doubts authenticity
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Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray with NCP Chief Sharad Pawar.

After Param Bir Singh’s corruption allegations towards Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh, the Chief Minister’s Office mentioned that the letter from former Mumbai high cop was acquired at 4:37 pm as we speak by way of a special electronic mail handle, not his official one and was with out his signature. The new electronic mail handle must be checked. Home Ministry is making an attempt to contact him for a similar.

The Chief Ministers Office mentioned that the letter was not acquired from the IPS officers recognized official electronic mail id, whilst Home Minister Anil Deshmukh charged Singh with conspiracy and threatened to file a defamation case.

In view of the discrepancies within the recognized electronic mail id of Singh, the house division is making efforts to contact him (Singh) to confirm the antecedents of the unsigned letter, mentioned a CMO spokesperson.

Deshmukh, in an in depth rejoinder, accused Singh of “lying”, making the false accusations as a part of a “conspiracy” hatched to discredit him (Deshmukh) and the Maha Vikas Aghadi authorities to avoid wasting himself from any motion within the SUV case and the case associated to the dying of Mansukh Hiran.

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What is the SUV case

The SUV case refers back to the explosives-laden Scorpio that was discovered close to industrialist Mukesh Ambani’s residence in Mumbai final month. Thane-based businessman Mansukh Hiran, who was in possession of the Scorpio, was discovered useless beneath mysterious circumstances on March 5.

“Why was Singh quiet for so many days after (API) Sachin Vaze’s arrest? After realising that he would be removed as the CoP on March 17, a day earlier (March 16) Singh called ACP Sanjay Patil, asked him some questions and got the answers he wanted,” Deshmukh identified.

Dismissing the contents of the letter as half of a bigger conspiracy by the IPS officer, Deshmukh mentioned that Singh needed to gather proof systematically via WhatsApp chat, which confirmed that he was impatient as he repeatedly requested inquiries to ACP Patil.

“On March 18, Singh tried to create evidence of a conversation on WhatsApp, and tried again on March 19 to save himself after I said that he had been removed from the office (CoP) due to some serious lapses,” Deshmukh mentioned.

He mentioned that everybody within the police division is aware of that Singh could be very near suspended API Vaze and ACP Patil, and Singh in his personal proper took the choice to reinstate Vaze, who was earlier suspended for 16 years.

“If Singh says that Vaze met him in February and informed him (of the alleged demands by the minister), then why did he keep quiet for so many days,” the minster requested.

“After realising that he could get into trouble in the SUV case, he has tried to blackmail the government with such fake accusations. Singh’s allegations are completely false. He should prove them… I am filing a defamation suit against him,” mentioned Deshmukh.

Deshmukh additionally referred to as upon Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray to order an neutral probe into the allegations made in Singh’s letter.

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Defending Deshmukh, Congress Spokesperson Sachin Sawant mentioned the letter was manufactured by Singh for his self-defence, particularly for the reason that Home Minister had mentioned a month in the past that some officers have been beneath stress.

Sawant mentioned the BJP is conspiring towards the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) authorities by placing stress on officers via (probe) businesses, and requested how might the BJP know all the key data upfront.

In a sensational twist to the SUV case, Singh on Saturday hit out at Deshmukh by just about alleging that the minister needed his group member, arrested cop Sachin Vaze, to ‘accumulate’ Rs 100 crore per thirty days from bars and hookah parlours.

(With inputs from IANS)

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