Shiv Sena chief Sanjay Raut on Thursday mentioned the controversy surrounding former Mumbai police commissioner Param Bir Singh’s allegation of corruption towards Maharashtra House Minister Anil Deshmukh is now over for the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) authorities within the state.
He made the assertion whereas chatting with reporters in New Delhi.
“The difficulty of that letter (written by Singh) is now over for the MVA authorities. House Minister Anil Deshmukh has additionally welcomed any inquiry into this matter,” Raut mentioned.
“Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and Anil Deshmukh had been of the opinion that an inquiry be set as much as probe the claims made by Singh within the letter. As a retired choose can be monitoring the inquiry, there isn’t any want for eradicating Deshmukh from his submit,” he mentioned including there isn’t any precedent for it.
It will be clear who tried to malign the picture of the state, the Shiv Sena MP mentioned.
Singh had despatched an eight-page letter to Thackeray on March 20, claiming that Deshmukh needed law enforcement officials to gather Rs 100 crore month-to-month from bars and inns.
Nevertheless, the minister had refuted the allegation.
Raut additionally criticised Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari for not taking any resolution on the names of 12 candidates beneficial by the state cupboard for his or her nomination to the Legislative Council from his quota.
“Is the governor doing PhD on these 12 candidates? Does he need to obtain a file of sitting on the names for optimum variety of days? He isn’t respecting the constitutionally-recommended names of 12 candidates,” he mentioned.
Reacting to a question associated to a Maharashtra BJP delegation assembly the governor on Wednesday, the Shiv Sena Rajya Sabha member mentioned, “The opposition in Maharashtra ought to respect their submit and responsibility. The opposition chief ought to act critically, in any other case folks will name them fools. They’d grow to be a laughing inventory.”
The BJP delegation led by Devendra Fadnavis met the governor on Wednesday and submitted a memorandum, urging him to hunt a “standing report” from the state chief secretary on the legislation and order scenario within the state.