NCP Supremo Sharad Pawar held a press convention and mentioned that the allegations leveled at Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh are critical and a case has been filed towards him. Sharad Pawar mentioned that accusing Anil Deshmukh of charging Rs 100 crore each month is large however to grasp the scenario and the letter there are particular issues that must be identified.
Pawar mentioned, “Firstly, the letter has not signed by the former Mumbai Police commissioner Param Bir Singh and it was neither sent by his professional email id.
Secondly, Mansukh Hiren’s car was taken by Vaze and so he is being investigated and why is Param Bir Singh making these allegations after being transferred. If it was the truth he would have written to the CM earlier. Pawar also said that neither the Maharashtra CM nor the state Home Minister appointed Sachin Vaze. “
Pawar additionally revealed that it was Param Bir Singh who appointed Sahin Vaze and it was Singh who took the choice to droop Vaze, govt was not concerned in it.
Sharad Pawar mentioned that the letter has accused Anil Deshmukh of corruption however there are not any proofs of the allegations made by him. However, Sharad mentioned that the Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray ought to resolve what actions ought to be taken on the letter despatched by Param Bir Singh.
“The Maharashtra CM has the full authority to take a decision regarding an inquiry on these allegations against the Home Minister”, mentioned Sharad Pawar
Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar and NCP state chief and minister Jayant Patil met NCP President Sharad Pawar after he referred to as them for a gathering within the late afternoon to debate the letter despatched by former Mumbai police commissioner Param Bir Singh making critical corruption allegations on Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh.
Maharashtra Minister and NCP Leader Jayant Patil mentioned the letter of Param Bir Singh is a response after Maharashtra CM and Home Minister determined to take a troublesome stand. “There is no question of replacing Maharashtra Home Minister.”