Adv Atal Dubey Demanded CM to Grant Sanction of Kripashankar Singh Case , Case Rejected Due To No Sanction By Maharashtra Government.
Prosecute Ex – MLA Minister Shri Kripashankar Singh in disproportionate asset case- Request to CM Udhhav Thakre
अनुमति के अभाव में कृपा शंकर सिंह निर्दोष घोषित हुए। राजनीति ने फिर बचा लिया !
Mumbai-High profile disproportionate asset matter, where Ex- MLA senior politician Kripashankar Singh and his family was involved, Mumbai based advocate Atal Bihari Dubey approached CM Uddhav Thakre and Home Minister Anil Deshmukh for taking appropriate action including get sanction from Authority to prosecute them.
Singh's trouble had started in 2010 when a complaint filed with the Anti Corruption Bureau and also a PIL in the Bombay High Court and in a public interest litigation showed how Singh, a vegetable seller from Jaunpur had amassed huge wealth and prayed that it needed to be investigated.
The Bombay High Court had directed that an FIR be registered and so at Nirmal Nagar Police Station in Bandra East area of Mumbai, an FIR under the Prevention of Corruption Act and various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) was registered.
The case was then given to the Economic Offences Wing (EOW) of Mumbai Police who eventually in 2015 filed a charge sheet in the case.
Finally, Mumbai sessions court discharged Kripashankar Singh and his family from the case on account of no proper sanction to prosecute him.
Advocate Atal Dubey wrote in his representation “It is responsibility of the State (State of Maharashtra) to maintain law and order in its jurisdiction and put all its efforts to ensure that rule of law shall prevail which unfortunately State of Maharashtra has failed to perform in present case.” He further contended that “Hon’ble High Court prima facie came to conclusion that the case was made out for registration of FIR and proper investigation against Shri Kripashankar Singh and others which also got confirmed by Hon’ble Supreme Court of India. Accordingly after proper investigation done by the second top most investigating agency, i.e., Mumbai Police, arrived in conclusion that Shri Kripashankar Singh and others have committed aforesaid offenses and need to be prosecuted as per law.
His representation was before Aghadi Government that on technical ground no one should get out from criminal prosecution. He contended in his letter dated 4th March that “It is the duty of the Government to send a positive message to the society that the rule of law is supreme, but the present matter has conveyed the message to the people of the State of Maharashtra that the rule of law is not meant for high-profile people.