Anil Deshmukh’s bail plea was rejected in special CBI court: Shock to Anil Deshmukh, bail plea was rejected in special CBI court in a corruption case.
A special CBI court on Monday dismissed the plea of former Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh.
In fact, Deshmukh had sought bail in the corruption case. CBI had registered this case against Deshmukh.
The court also rejected the bail of two other accused in the case, Deshmukh’s former personal secretary Sanjeev Palande and former personal assistant Kundan Shinde.
Anil Deshmukh’s bail plea was rejected: Court judge SH Gwalani said, “The applications for bail were rejected. Deshmukh, Palande, and Shinde had sought default bail.
They said that the CBI did not file the charge sheet during the mandatory period of 60 days. Also, the copy of the charge sheet filed was incomplete.
It was also claimed in the petition that the correct documents related to the case were not submitted by the CBI and those were deposited after the stipulated time period.
Uddhav Thackeray gets relief from Supreme Court, court restrains the speaker from making a decision on the disqualification of MLAs.
The matters related to Maharashtra were heard in the Supreme Court today.
The court has restrained the speaker from making a decision on the disqualification of the MLAs, giving relief to Uddhav Thackeray.
Maharashtra Assembly Speaker will not hear the disqualification case for the time being. The Supreme Court has asked the Speaker not to hear the matter till the matter is taken up in court.
The Uddhav Thackeray faction had demanded a stay on the speaker’s proceedings till the hearing in the court.
Maharashtra Assembly Speaker will not hear the disqualification case for the present. The Supreme Court has asked the Speaker not to hear the matter till the matter is taken up in court.
Hearing the petition filed regarding the disqualification of the MLAs, CJI NV Ramana said that the Speaker will not take a decision on the disqualification of the MLAs at present.
The Speaker’s proceedings on the disqualification of the MLAs will remain on hold till the court’s decision.
At present, the Supreme Court will not hear the Maharashtra matter immediately. The CJI said that a bench would have to be constituted for this.