After refused grant interim relief by the Supreme court, Maharashtra’s former home minister Anil Deshmukh has been issued another summon by the Enforcement Directorate in money laundering case involving his family members.
He has been asked to appear before the agency on August 18th.
This may be recalled that Deshmukh has not turned up before the agency for questioning despite multiple summons.
He step down from his ministerial post after the Bombay High Court ordered CBI to conduct enquiry against him for his role in extortion, an allegation made by former Mumbai Police Commissioner Paramvir Singh.
On the basis of CBI FIR, Enforcement Directorate had lodged ECIR against him.