Anil Deshmukh's troubles to increase, ED to file chargesheet in Rs 100 crore recovery case

Mumbai: The Enforcement Directorate (ED), which is investigating the 100 crore rangadari case against former Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh, will file a chargesheet against Deshmukh this week. This will be the second chargesheet in this case. ED arrested Deshmukh in the case on November 2, while his personal secretary Sanjeev Palande and personal assistant Kundan Shinde were arrested in June and filed a chargesheet against Palande and Shinde on August 24.

According to CBI FIR, ED is investigating the allegations against Deshmukh, where he allegedly asked sacked Assistant Inspector Sachin Waje to recover Rs 100 crore per month from bars and restaurants across Mumbai, while another aspect is being investigated by the agency, which is about the transfer and posting of IPS of Superintendent of Police level officers and state police service officers.

ED have recorded statements of about 12 officers at the level of superintendent of police, including IPS and state police service officers. It is feared that the transfer of these officers took place at deshmukh's behest. The officers whose statements have been recorded include Traffic Rahul Srirame, DCP Of Pune Police, G Sridhar, Superintendent of Police, Akola District.

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