Bombay HC refuses to provide interim protection to Anil Deshmukh
Bombay High Court today refused to provide interim protection to Anil Deshmukh, former home minister of Maharashtra. He has approached court and requested to quash FIR lodged against him by CBI following a preliminary enquiry in corruption case. Court adjourned the plea and asked the CBI to file a reply. Court said that Deshmukh can approach the vacation bench in case of extreme urgency.
Deshmukh had moved the high court on 3rd may seeking to quash the FIR registered by the central agency against him in the case, which stated that preliminary enquiry (PE) prima facie revealed that Deshmukh and unknown persons attempted to obtain "undue advantage for improper and dishonest performance of his public duty".
Stating that the CBI had received the copy of the petition filed by Deshmukh only on 5 May, Additional Solicitor General Anil Singh appearing for the CBI stated that he required time take instructions in the matter.
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