Kerala Govt Withdraws General Consent to CBI for Probes in State After Maharashtra

New Delhi: After Maharashtra, the Pinarayi Vijayan government of Kerala is now going to curb the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). The CBI will have to get permission from the state government first to investigate any case in Kerala. This decision can be taken today in the meeting of Kerala cabinet. Sources in the CM office have confirmed this.

It is being told that the Government of Kerala is upset with the CBI's interference in the Life Mission Housing Project. The project was temporarily halted after investigation. Later, the court intervened to stop the CBI investigation of Life Mission. It is noteworthy that on October 21, the Maharashtra government had issued an order saying that the permission given to the CBI to conduct an investigation in the state is withdrawn. However, with the withdrawal of permission from the Maharashtra government, there will be no impact on the ongoing investigation.

If the CBI wants to investigate any new case in Maharashtra in future, it will need to get permission from the state government, unless an inquiry has been ordered by the court. Earlier, the Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal governments had withdrawn the consensus given to the CBI.

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