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Police get two months to probe Nagrale case

The Anti-Corruption Bureau has got two months to probe into the alleged disproportionate assets of Inspector General of Police Hemant Nagrale — who is on deputation as Chief vigilance officer of MSEB.

india Updated: Mar 03, 2010 02:14 IST

The Anti-Corruption Bureau has got two months to probe into the alleged disproportionate assets of Inspector General of Police Hemant Nagrale — who is on deputation as Chief vigilance officer of MSEB.

The Bombay High Court set April 30 as deadline to complete probe as the ACB officials sought more time.

Last December, the high court asked the ACB to probe into the alleged disproportionate assets of Nagrale as alleged by his estranged wife Pratima.

Public prosecutor in-charge Pandurang Pol told the court that the ACB had not been able to probe as the Supreme Court had earlier stayed the investigation following petition filed by Nagrale, challenging the high court order.

The HC has asked Hemant and Pratima to appear before the ACB on March 15 and furnish documents, if any, in support of their claim.