Petitions that led to Deshmukh ouster filed by many — from lawyer to instructor2 min read
The petitions that acted as a catalyst for the ouster of Anil Deshmukh as Home Minister of Maharashtra have been filed by a different bunch of residents together with attorneys, social activists and a instructor.
One of the petitioners was Ghanshyam Upadhyay, a lawyer by occupation who filed the PIL by advocate Subhash Jha in search of a High Court-monitored probe by the CBI or ED into the assorted ‘malpractices’ by law enforcement officials and politicians.
Another PIL was filed by a chartered accountant and instructor Mohan Prabhakar Bhide, a resident of Vile Parle, by advocate Alankar Kirpekar, in search of instructions to represent a particular committee headed by a retired High Court or Supreme Court decide to research the allegations in opposition to Deshmukh and Singh.
Another intervention software was filed by Vinod Kumar Dubey, who claimed to be president of ‘Maharashtra Karjdar Jamindar Haq Bachav Sangharsh Samiti’, alleging that Singh had instituted PIL to exert strain on the state authorities in collusion with an opposition social gathering with an ‘ulterior motive’ and sought to intervene in Singh’s plea.
Ultimately, the HC ordered a CBI preliminary inquiry whereas deciding legal writ petition filed by city-based lawyer Jaishri Laxmanrao Patil, who, together with an unbiased probe into allegations, had sought instructions to Mumbai Police to take cognizance of a grievance filed by her at Malabar Hill Police station about corruption by Deshmukh, Singh and others and sought registration of FIR.
Patil is not any stranger to taking on and intervening in delicate circumstances with excessive political stakes, one in all them being her plea within the Bombay High Court alongside together with her husband, advocate Gunaratan Sadavarte, opposing the Maratha reservation enacted by the state authorities in 2018. After the HC in 2019 upheld the reservation for Socially and Economically Backward Classes (SEBC), Patil approached the Supreme Court difficult the HC order.