Major setback for IPS Deven Bharti and former ACP Deepak Phatangare on Friday Mumbai police’s CIU wing registered an FIR against him in six year old case.
According to official sources, case registered under various section of IPC
1436/2021 , 465,467,468,471,420 and 34 of the Indian Penal Code as well as sections 12 (1-a) (a) and (b) of the Indian Passport Act 1967 with Rule No. 3,6 Passport (Rules regarding entry into India). 1950, co-section 3 has been filed under section 3 (1) of the Foreign Nationals Ordinance 1948 and section 13,14 (a) (b) of the Foreign Nationals Act 1946. No arrests have been made so far, at Malvani police station.
Brief History of the Case :
The infiltrated Bangladeshi woman was given a passport to enter India illegally. Criminal intelligence on the allegation that senior police inspector and current Assistant Commissioner of Police Deepak Phatangare and the then Joint Commissioner of Police (Law and Order) and now Additional Director General of Police Security Corporation (Mumbai) Deven Bharti did not lodge a complaint despite a complaint by retired police inspector Deepak Kurulkar.
The CIU has registered a case with Malvani police.
According to Kurulkar, Reshma Khan, a Bangladeshi intruder, entered India illegally and forged Indian passports with the help of other accomplices. Despite Kurulkar’s complaint, Phatangare and Bharti did not file a case. On the contrary, it is alleged that Kurulkar was pressured not to file a complaint.
In this case a case has been registered at Malvani police station under the guidance of CIU police inspector Milind Kathle and further investigation is underway. Meanwhile, senior police inspector of Malvani police station Shekhar Bhalerao, when asked about the matter, refused to give any information about this FIR.
Accrding to highly sources the matter very serious and Home Department closely observing the case.Now CIU has set up a team to investigate the case.Vety Soon Deven Bharti and Deepak patangare will summoned by CIU Team to introgate the case.