Maharashtra: Deshmukh will not be removed from the post of Home Minister, Jayant Patil after meeting with Sharad Pawar – No need to resign

Digital Desk, New Delhi. The meeting of 5 senior leaders of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) started at 6:30 pm on Sunday at Sharad Pawar’s residence in Delhi regarding the political developments in Maharashtra till 9 pm. After the meeting ended, Maharashtra Pradesh President Jayant Patil said that there is no need for Anil Deshmukh’s resignation from the post of Home Minister.

Patil said that our party believes that in the investigation of NIA and ATS, those killing Mansukh and possessing explosives laden vehicles will be caught in front of Ambani’s house. In the presence of Sharad Pawar’s Delhi residence, Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar, former Union Minister Praful Patel, MP Supriya Sule, there was a discussion on political politics in Maharashtra for about two and a half hours.

Deshmukh discussed the charge of recovery of 100 crores in the meeting
According to sources, in this meeting, former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parveer Singh’s letter specifically discussed the allegations of recovery of Rs 100 crore on Home Minister Anil Deshmukh. Before the meeting of NCP leaders, former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Kamal Nath also reached Sharad Pawar’s house carrying the message of Congress alliance partner in Maharashtra. Kamal Nath stayed at Sharad Pawar’s house for about half an hour. Before Kamal Nath, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut also came to Sharad Pawar’s house and met him.

Media is trying to mislead the entire incident: Patil
After Sharad Pawar’s Delhi-based residence 6, Janpath ended the meeting overnight, Maharashtra state president Jayant Patil told the media, “There is no need for Anil Deshmukh’s resignation.” The media is trying to wander the entire incident. The NIA and ATS are investigating the Mansukh murder case and placing explosives in front of Ambani’s house. We have full faith in the investigation. Those who will be the real culprits will surely be caught.

Allegations on Deshmukh increase Uddhav government’s difficulty
Explain that the allegations against Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh in the case of explosives outside Mukesh Ambani’s house Antilia have increased the difficulty of Uddhav government. Former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh wrote a letter to CM Uddhav Thackeray, saying that Sachin Vaje had the protection of the Home Minister and asked him to deposit Rs 100 crore every month.

Decision on Deshmukh in a day or two: Pawar
NCP Chief Sharad Pawar spoke to the media on Sunday. He said that former Mumbai Police Assistant Police Inspector Sachin Vaze was reinstated by former Commissioner Parambir Singh, not the Chief Minister or the Home Minister. On a question related to Deshmukh’s resignation, he said that it would be decided in a day or two after discussion with Uddhav. Pawar said that Parambir has made serious allegations against Deshmukh, but no evidence was given. The letter also did not say to whom the money went. Also, there is no sign of Parambir on the letter. I do not know whether efforts are being made to weaken the Government of Maharashtra. All I can say is that all these matters will not have any effect on the government. He suggested that the case be investigated by former IPS officer Julio Ribeiro.


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