In an abrupt unforeseen development, Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh, against whom debasement accusations have been leveled by previous Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh, presented his resignation to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray. Thackeray is yet to acknowledge his acquiescence. The BJP had been requesting his expulsion from the Maha Vikas Aghadi government after previous Mumbai police chief Param Bir Singh dropped a letter bomb claiming that Deshmukh asked the cops to collect the Rs 100 crore month to month from various institutes such as the bars and inns in Mumbai. Notwithstanding, the public authority had kept up that such charges were important for a "scheme" to criticize it. Pawar and Malik had likewise scrutinized the "circumstance" of Param Bir Singh's letter. 

Senior Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) pioneer Nawab Malik said that Deshmukh has presented his acquiescence as he doesn't discover it "ethically right" to proceed as the Home Minister after Bombay High Court's organization. After the high court request, Home Minister Anil Deshmukh met Pawar Ji and gathering pioneers and said he would not like to stay in the post. He went to delicate his abdication to the Chief Minister. The gathering has mentioned to the Chief Minister to acknowledge his acquiescence," news organization ANI cited Malik as saying. 

Prior to Monday, the Bombay High Court had requested the CBI to direct a starter request within 15 days over the charges made by Singh. A division seat of Chief Justice Dipankar Datta and Justice Girish Kulkarni said this was a "phenomenal" and "remarkable" case that justified an autonomous request. It guided the CBI chief to finish the primer request within 15 days and afterward take a choice on additional strategy. 

The seat was managing three public interest cases, including one documented by Singh himself, another by city-based legal advisor Jayshree Patil, and the third by instructor Mohan Bhide, looking for different reliefs. The seat discarded every one of the three requests. On March 25, Singh recorded a criminal public interest prosecution looking for a CBI test against Deshmukh, who he asserted asked cops, including suspended cop Sachin Waze, to gather Rs 100 crore from bars and cafés. The pastor has denied any bad behavior.

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