The CBI has registered a case against former state Home Minister Anil Dekhmukh in Delhi in connection with a financial scam. Deshmukh is currently in the custody of the CBI for questioning and his remand was due to expire today. However, the CBI demanded that he be remanded in custody for another five days. (CBI seeks five more days of custody of Anil Deshmukh and three others)
Five days ago, the CBI had sought a 10-day remand of Anil Deshmukh in a special CBI court. However, the court had remanded him in custody for five days till April 11. Deshmukh has been remanded in court today as his remand expires today.
Meanwhile, the CBI has sought five more days remand for the former state Home Minister. And three other accused Sachin Waze, Palande and Shinde. The CBI had asked the court to extend the remand. As it was necessary to interrogate more witnesses and suspects in the case.