The Cyber Cell of Mumbai Police on Saturday summoned Subodh Jaiswal, former Director General of Police of Maharashtra and Director of the Central Bureau of Investigation, in connection with the case of ‘phone tapping and data leak’.
Mumbai: The Cyber Cell of Maharashtra’s Mumbai Police on Saturday summoned Subodh Jaiswal, former Director General of Police of Maharashtra and Director of the Central Bureau of Investigation, in connection with the case of ‘phone tapping and data leak’. A senior police officer gave this information.Also Read – Government doctors of Maharashtra treating COVID-19 patients will get this special incentive
The official said Jaiswal has been asked to appear on October 14 and record his statement. Mumbai Police said in a statement, “Cyber Cell of Mumbai Police has summoned CBI Director Subodh Kumar Jaiswal. The summons in connection with the data leak of Maharashtra Intelligence Department on police transfer-posting has been sent through an e-mail asking him to appear on October 14. Also Read – Maharashtra: The arch rivals Narayan Rane and Uddhav Thackeray were seen together on a stage, know what is the matter?
CBI Director Subodh Kumar Jaiswal has been summoned by Cyber Cell of Mumbai Police in connection with leak of Maharashtra Intelligence Department data on police transfer-posting. The summon has been sent via an e-mail, asking him to appear before it on October 14: Mumbai Police pic.twitter.com/0DBvfvQdd0
— ANI (@ANI) October 9, 2021
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This case is related to the leak of a report prepared by Indian Police Service officer Rashmi Shukla. The report said that there was alleged corruption in the transfer of police officers when Shukla was the head of the intelligence department of Maharashtra Police. Jaiswal was the Director General of Police during that time.
It is alleged that during the investigation, phones of senior leaders and officials were tapped and reports were deliberately leaked, but Shukla or any other officer is not named in the FIR registered by the cyber cell in this regard.