A CBI courtroom here has rejected a pre-arrest bail plea of two humans in a case where it’s miles alleged that a developer solid a letter by the Prime Minister’s Office to expedite a redevelopment project. The CBI registered a case after it got here to mild that a letter addressed to Maharashtra leader minister, purportedly signed by a joint secretary inside the PMO and dated November 27, 2017, become a forgery.
The letter stated that the government must assist the Navi Mumbai-based real estate company Vilayati Ram Mittal(VRM) in connection with redevelopment mission in suburban Bandra because the local authorities have been biased. Assistant Director, PMO, P K Issar approached the CBI in April 2018 with a complaint alleging that the letter have beenforged, and the PMO had sent no such letter.
GobindMittal — son of the proprietor of the company — had filed an anticipatory bail application before the CBI Judge AS Sayyad. He turned into summoned by the probe business enterprise for questioning, and as his father had been arrested within the case, he too feared arrest, the plea stated. He had nothing to do with the alleged forgery, it claimed.
But the CBI instructed the court that Gobind Mittal isn’t always an accused, and his fear of arrest became unwarranted. The court docket, therefore, rejected the anticipatory bail plea of Gobind, and similar plea filed by means of Vinod Saraf, a non-executive associate of VRM on the equal grounds.