- Second chargesheet filed against Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh and his sons
- Enforcement Directorate files chargesheet in special PMLA court
- Deshmukh and his sons have been accused by the ED of money laundering of Rs 50 crore
- ED will soon record the statement of Deshmukh’s son
The troubles of former Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh seem to be increasing continuously. The Enforcement Directorate on Wednesday filed a charge sheet of over 7,000 pages against him in a special PMLA court. In this chargesheet, Anil Deshmukh and his family have been accused of money laundering of Rs 50 crore. The chargesheet states that Deshmukh and his family have illegally invested these money in companies related to them.
Deshmukh’s sons name in chargesheet
Anil Deshmukh’s two sons Rishikesh and Salil, besides his CA Bhavik Panjwani have been named as accused in the chargesheet filed by the ED. The statement of former Maharashtra Chief Secretary Sitaram Kunte and former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh is also recorded in this chargesheet. However, the ED is yet to record the statements of Rishikesh and Salil in connection with the suspicious transaction. Let us tell you that the Enforcement Directorate during its investigation has found that Deshmukh and his family have done many suspicious transactions in companies related to them. However, during interrogation, the ED has not been able to get satisfactory answers from Bhavik Panjwani and others.
Question on Anil Parab role
The Enforcement Directorate has not yet made any specific mention about Maharashtra Transport Minister and Shiv Sena leader Anil Parab in the chargesheet. Apart from this, the statement of 12 IPS officers has also not been included in the chargesheet. Those who were questioned by the ED. The ED suspects that all these officers have obtained this posting after the recommendation of Anil Deshmukh. At present, the ED is engaged in the investigation of this case. If it turns out to be a case related to money transactions, then it will also be included in the charge sheet. Apart from this, the ED is probing whether the names of some officers were given to Anil Deshmukh on behalf of Anil Parab in this case so that he could be posted at creamy places.
Rashmi Shukla’s report not found
The Enforcement Directorate has not even received the report of Maharashtra State Intelligence Department Commissioner Rashmi Shukla. In which it was said that he had recorded the phone conversations of many influential people and leaders. In which it was revealed that posting of police officers is being done at creamy place by taking money. This is the second chargesheet filed by the ED in the Anil Deshmukh case on Wednesday. Earlier in the month of August, the ED had filed the first chargesheet in respect of Anil Deshmukh’s private secretary Sanjeev Palande and personal assistant Kundan Shinde and sacked police officer Sachin Vajhe in Nagpur-based Sri Sai Shikshan Sanstha.
Deshmukh is accused of abusing his position by ordering Sachin Wajhe to recover Rs 100 crore per month from restaurants and dance bars in Mumbai.