During the Maharashtra Assembly elections held in October final 12 months, there was a dialogue that the telephones of Shiv Sena, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and a few Congress leaders had been tapped. Now a two-member committee is investigating the identical telephone tapping complaints. During the investigation, it has been discovered that other than the leaders of the opposition get together, the telephones of some BJP leaders had been additionally tapped.
Maharashtra Minister of State for Home Anil Deshmukh mentioned that the federal government has some info which exhibits that some BJP leaders had additionally tapped iS throughout the earlier authorities of Devendra Fadnavis. This matter may also be investigated quickly. After the formation of the committee, Anil Deshmukh had tweeted that the inquiry committee will encompass senior IAS officer Shrikant Singh and IPS Amitesh Kumar. <! –
Srikanth Singh is ACS within the Home Department whereas Amitesh Kumar is Joint Commissioner of Police within the State Intelligence Department.
BJP chief Khadse welcomed the investigation
Deshmukh's remarks got here a day after BJP's disgruntled chief Eknath Khadse welcomed the inquiry. Khadse welcomed the investigation into the alleged allegation of telephone tapping by the Uddhav Thackeray authorities. However, Khadse mentioned that he didn’t assume his telephone was being tapped throughout the earlier BJP-Shiv Sena authorities.
Home Minister claims, many extra revelations will likely be underneath investigation
Regarding the investigation of telephone tapping, Deshmukh mentioned that "We received complaints of tapping the phones of several leaders of Shiv Sena, NCP and Congress leaders during the assembly elections. That is why we set up a two-member committee to investigate. As the investigation progressed, we came to know many more things about the taping, which showed that some BJP leaders' phones were also tapped. So now the matter should also be investigated. Will go. " BJP chief and former Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has dismissed all claims of telephone tapping from the top.