Fadnavis, nevertheless, on Saturday stated a senior police officer referred to as to tell him that police will go to his residence to take the required info and there was no want for him to go to the police station.
Since a police staff will go to the BJP chief’s residence in Malabar Hill space, occasion supporters might assemble there and outdoors the BKC cyber police station, therefore further police personnel, together with girls, had been deployed at each the locations, the official stated.
Telephones of political leaders, together with state Congress chief Nana Patole, minister Bachchu Kadu, former MLA Ashish Deshmukh, former MP Sanjay Kakade and others had been tapped illegally by IPS officer Rashmi Shukla, when she was the state intelligence chief, Maharashtra House Minister Dilip Walse Patil had alleged final month.
“Within the discover issued to Fadnavis, police have stated that questionnaires had been earlier despatched to him in sealed envelopes in reference to the case, however he didn’t reply to them. Apart from, notices had been additionally issued to him twice to hunt his reply, however he had once more didn’t reply,” the police official stated.
Along with this, three letters had been despatched to Fadnavis, reminding him to look earlier than the police. Nevertheless, he had failed to offer any reply, he stated.
A case was registered underneath the Official Secrets and techniques Act on the BKC cyber police station right here final yr towards unidentified individuals for allegedly illegally tapping telephones and leaking confidential paperwork. The grievance was lodged by the State Intelligence Division (SID).
Nevertheless, earlier than the FIR was registered, the then Maharashtra Chief Secretary Sitaram Kunte had alleged in his inquiry report that IPS officer Rashmi Shukla had leaked the confidential report.
Shukla is accused of tapping telephones of political leaders and senior officers illegally when she was chief of the SID. She discovered herself on the centre of controversy after Fadnavis cited a letter purportedly written by her to the then Maharashtra Director Common of Police about alleged corruption in transfers within the police division.
The letter additionally had particulars of intercepted cellphone calls, resulting in an uproar with leaders of the Shiv Sena-led ruling coalition alleging that Shukla tapped telephones with out permission.