CBI lodges preliminary inquiry to probe corruption allegations against Deshmukh
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NEW DELHI: The CBI registered a preliminary inquiry on Tuesday to probe corruption allegations in opposition to former Maharashtra house minister Anil Deshmukh, officers mentioned.
A workforce of the central probe company landed in Mumbai on Tuesday afternoon and picked up all related paperwork. It initiated the preliminary probe in compliance with a excessive courtroom order.
“CBI has registered a PE within the respect of the Bombay High Court order dated April 5, 2021,” CBI spokesperson RC Joshi mentioned.
The excessive courtroom had given 15 days to the CBI on Monday to conduct a preliminary inquiry into the allegations, officers mentioned.


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