Mumbai Police summons CBI director, cyber cell summoned in Subodh Kumar Jaiswal data leak case

Subodh Kumar Jaiswal

Mumbai: Mumbai Police has summoned CBI Director and former Maharashtra DGP Subodh Kumar Jaiswal for questioning in a case related to phone tapping and data leak. The Cyber ​​Cell of Mumbai Police has summoned the CBI Director on October 14. The Cyber ​​Cell of Mumbai Police is probing the phone tapping case under the Official Secrets Act. This case is related to a data leaks related to the transfer-posting of police officers. Mumbai Police has sent this summons through e-mail, asking him to appear on October 14. There he will have to record his statement in front of the cyber cell.

What was the matter?
This case is from the time when IPS officer Rashmi Shukla was the head of the State Intelligence Department in Maharashtra. While in this post, Rashmi Shukla had made a report of hers which was leaked. It was said in this report that there has been corruption in the transfer-posting of policemen. It is alleged that during this period the phones of many senior politicians and officials were illegally tapped. This report was leaked during the investigation. After the leak of the report, a big political ruckus started. At that time, the current director of CBI, Jaiswal was posted as DGP. The hearing of this case is going on in the Bombay High Court. By the way, the cyber cell has not named Rashmi Shukla in the FIR related to this.

Subodh Kumar Jaiswal

Jaiswal, a 1985 batch IPS officer of Maharashtra cadre, was appointed as the chief of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in May this year for a period of two years. Jaiswal has previously held the top post in Mumbai Police. He was the Maharashtra police chief before being called on central deputation earlier this year.