Devendra Fadnavis raised the issue of Mumbai Cyber Police interrogation in the Maharashtra Assembly session
Former Chief Minister and Devendra Fadnavis raised the issue of interrogation by Mumbai Cyber Police in the transfer posting case in Maharashtra Assembly session today. On the other hand, Sudhir Mungantiwar said in the House, for the first time in the world, it is happening that instead of taking action against the corrupt, the police is questioning the Leader of the Opposition.
He said that the police is going to Fadnavis’s house and making inquiries. Fadnavis raised the issue of corruption in the public interest in this House. If a policeman has taken money for transfer posting, then he should be investigated. If the police officers who went for interrogation, then a dissolution resolution should be brought against them and kept standing at the door of the assembly. They should be punished.
Raised some issues regarding yesterday’s notice
Responding to this, Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil said that Sudhir Mungantiwar raised some issues regarding yesterday’s notice. I have been in this hall for 37 years. I got the opportunity to work as the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly. If members submit some questions, it is not examined. But there was an incident of phone tapping. Members complained about this. But the committee had already been appointed.
Former CM Fadnavis was summoned
In fact, former Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis was summoned on Saturday to appear at the BKC Cyber Police Station. In the case filed under the Official Secrets Act, Mumbai Cyber Police summoned former Maharashtra CM Fadnavis. Yesterday i.e. on Sunday, Fadnavis was asked to be present at the Cyber Police Station located on the first floor of BKC Police Station.
What is the matter?
An FIR was registered against unidentified persons under the Official Secrets Act at the BKC cyber police station last year for allegedly tapping phones and leaking confidential documents. The complaint in this case was lodged by the State Intelligence Department.
Maharashtra Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil had last month alleged that when IPS officer Rashmi Shukla was the state’s intelligence chief, Congress state unit president Nana Patole, minister Bacchu Kadu, former MLA Ashish Deshmukh, former MP Sanjay Kakade and several leaders were involved. The phones were tapped.
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