Suspended police officer Sachin Vaze, who was arrested within the Antilia bomb scare case, yesterday dropped a letter bomb accusing former Maharashtra House Minister Anil Deshmukh and Shiv Sena Minister Anil Parab of corruption. In a startling declare, Vaze claimed that Anil Deshmukh had demanded Rs 2 crore from him for reinstating him into the Mumbai police service, reported information company PTI. Vaze additionally claimed that state minister Anil Parab requested him to gather cash from some contractors in Mumbai. Vaze claimed that he had expressed his incapacity to pay such a big quantity to which Deshmukh requested him to pay it later.
“I duly was reinstated in service on June 6, 2020. That quickly after my reinstatement there have been sure agitators to reverse the reinstatement…. Apparently, then it was ordered by Sharad Pawar to once more place me below suspension…At the moment the then residence minister sir additionally advised me that he’ll persuade Pawar saheb and for that function he requested me to pay Rs 2 crore,” Vaze claimed within the four-page handwritten letter.
Vaze claimed in his letter that minister Anil Parab had requested him in January 2021 to look into an inquiry towards fraudulent contractors listed within the BMC and accumulate at the least Rs 2 crore from about 50 such contractors. He additionally claimed that Deshmukh had requested Vaze to gather Rs 3 lakh to Rs 3.5 lakh every from round 1,650 bars and eating places in Mumbai.
At a gathering within the Sahyadri visitor home in Mumbai, Deshmukh had additionally requested Vaze to look right into a criticism associated to the Saifee Burhani Upliftment Belief (SBUT) which was below preliminary enquiry, he claimed. Deshmukh had requested him to deliver the trustees of the SBUT to him for negotiation concerning the enquiry, claimed the suspended Mumbai Police Officer. “He additionally insisted to provoke main talks to get Rs 50 crore from the SBUT as a way to shut the mentioned enquiry. I had expressed my incapacity to do any things like I have no idea anybody from the SBUT and I additionally didn’t have any management over the enquiry,” Vaze mentioned within the letter.
Vaze claimed to have knowledgeable the then police commissioner Param Bir Singh about these developments.
Vaze additional alleged that he was approached by an individual referred to as Darshan Ghodawat in November 2020, who had launched himself as a really shut circle particular person of a senior cupboard minister. Ghodawat defined to Vaze concerning the unlawful gutkha and tobacco commerce in Maharashtra and insisted that he ought to accumulate Rs 100 crore from these unlawful gutkha sellers. Nonetheless, Vaze refused to do any such unlawful act, he claimed.
Vaze tried to submit the letter earlier than a particular NIA court docket, nevertheless, particular choose PR Sitre refused to take his letter on document and requested him to observe the required process.
Shiv Sena Minister Anil Parab nevertheless rubbished the claims made by Vaze. “For the final 2 days, BJP staff had been saying Anil Parab’s title will floor and he’ll must resign. How did they know Sachin Waze will give a letter? It’s clear that there’s a plan of defaming Maharashtra Ministers,” mentioned Anil Parab.
Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut mentioned alleged a political controversy. “A brand new tactic has come to gentle whereby people who find themselves in jail write letters. It is a political conspiracy. I do know Anil Parab, he can by no means take pleasure in such work. I can guarantee that no Shiv Sainik can take a false oath in Bala Saheb Thackeray’s title,” mentioned Raut.
Earlier yesterday, the CBI obtained a court docket nod to query Sachin Vaze over corruption allegations towards former Maharashtra residence minister Anil Deshmukh. In a associated improvement, a report submitted by the Mumbai Police to the House division mentioned Vaze was reinstated within the Crime Intelligence Unit in June final 12 months on the insistence of the then police commissioner Param Bir Singh regardless of sturdy objection raised by the then Joint CP (crime).