The Maharashtra Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) on Friday opposed the discharge application filed by state minister and senior NCP leader Chhagan Bhujbal in the Maharashtra Sadan scam case, citing that they have evidence against him and his family members.
Bhujbal had sought discharge, claiming that there is no evidence to prosecute him in this case.
However, the ACB in its reply, filed through special public prosecutor Ajar Misar, opposed his plea, stating that there was evidence that Bhujbal and his family members had received kickbacks from the construction firm K S Chamankar Enterprises.
The matter has been kept for hearing on August 21.
The case is in connection with a 2005-2006 deal that the NCP leader allegedly gave to the firm, when he was the PWD minister. Meanwhile, Anjali Damania, a complainant in the case, moved an application before the special court, seeking to intervene in the matter, and was asked by the judge…