Maharashtra Home Minister Dilip Walse-Patil has announced that an investigation has been ordered into the November 29 'meeting' between the former Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh and his former associate Sachin Waze.
The HC bench led by Justice Shinde had reserved its order on Bharadwaj's plea on August 4 this year. The high court, however, rejected the default bail pleas of co-accused Sudhir Dhawale and seven others.
A commission probing corruption allegations against former Maharashtra home minister Anil Deshmukh cancelled the bailable warrant issued against Param Bir Singh after the latter appeared before the panel.
Times Now Digital | Updated Nov 29, 2021 | 07:19 IST
According to KDMC officials, the man who had travelled to Thane's Dombivali on November 24 has not come in contact with anyone after his return. His family has been isolated and will undergo testing on Monday.
Earlier this week, Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik had repeatedly asserted that the MVA government would successfully complete its term. The remarks were prompted by Union Minister Narayan Rane's claim that Maharashtra would have a BJP government by March 2022.
Earlier on Saturday, Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar had said that RT-PCR tests would be required for all international travellers looking to enter the city from "countries of concern". Those testing positive would be housed in an institutional quarantine centre while their samples were sent to a genome sequencing lab.
Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik also recently countered Union Minister Narayan Rane's claim that there would be a BJP government in the state by March 2022. The NCP leader said that the Maha Vikas Aghadi was poised to complete its term and would come back to power.