Court adjourn hearing to May 17
Mumbai, May 2 (UNI) Special Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) court today adjourned till May 17, the hearing on the application of Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Vishnu Shinde, seeking a warrant to search the office of another ACP Sudhakar Pujari, in connection with the MPSC scam.
The prosecution moved an application before ACB Judge S P Mahajan, seeking time to reply to the affidavit filed by Pujari.
Shinde has sought the warrant to against Pujari, who, according to him had refused to handover certain documents relating to the case of three Lohar brothers in the MPSC scam of 2002.
The entire MPSC scam was being probed by ACP Pujari which included the case relating to the Lohar brothers. However, their part from the case was seperated and is being probed by ACP Shinde.
The brothers--Nitin, Manoj and Sunil--sons of Additional Director General of Police P T Lohar, were selected as Deputy Superintendents of Police (DySPs) after clearing the Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) examinations in 1997. The three brothers were dismissed from service early this year following allegations that they had cleared the examinations through unfair means after a complaint was lodged by the Commission secretary.
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