CBI questions ex constable bar owner in Deshmukh case India
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NEW DELHI: The CBI on Friday questioned former Mumbai police constable Vinayak Shinde and a bar proprietor from Borivali, Mumbai, in reference to its probe into the extortion-related allegations levelled by ex-Mumbai police commissioner Param Bir Singh towards former state dwelling minister Anil Deshmukh.
Apart from the duo, the company additionally recorded the assertion of DCP Raju Bhujbal and questioned Singh and API Sachin Waze once more on Friday. Shinde was arrested by the National Investigation Agency within the Mansukh Hiran homicide case. The CBI on Friday sought the diary and paperwork that had been seized from the accused by NIA of their case. The bar proprietor, Mahesh Shetty, is more likely to be a vital witness within the case as his title was discovered talked about in a diary recovered from Waze, a supply mentioned. Singh’s allegations particularly point out a Rs 100 crore per thirty days extortion bid by Deshmukh from bars and eating places in Mumbai.
After recording Shetty’s assertion, CBI officers once more briefly questioned Waze on Friday night as they needed clarification on some info furnished by Shetty, sources mentioned. The company is more likely to seek the advice of the NIA over the weekend and search assist in their probe, sources mentioned.
On Thursday, the CBI had questioned Mumbai police ACP Sanjay Patil who was cited as a possible witness by Singh. Singh has talked about chats with Patil the place he purportedly refers to Deshmukh’s insistence that Mumbai cops elevate Rs 100 crore for him by extorting cash from bars and eating places.
Within 4 days of registering a preliminary enquiry in reference to the Bombay HC order to probe the allegations levelled by Singh, the CBI is learnt to have questioned and recorded the statements of a minimum of 5 folks until Friday. The company has questioned Singh, Waze and complainant Jayshri Patil.

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