CBI Director Subodh Jaiswal summoned by Mumbai Cyber Cell, know what is the reason
The Cyber Cell of Mumbai Police has sent a notice to CBI Director Subodh Kumar Jaiswal in connection with the leak of data of transfers and postings of the Intelligence Department of Maharashtra. The cyber cell has asked the CBI director to be present for questioning on October 14. This notice, sent through email, has been sent under the Official Secrets Act.
In fact, when Maharashtra SID chief Rashmi Shukla was there, a recording was allegedly made regarding the transfer posting and a report was also prepared which was placed before the media by the leader of the opposition, Devendra Fadnavis. Although at that time only the report was told and the report was leaked but the recording was not leaked.
After the incident, the Cyber Cell of Mumbai Crime Branch had registered a case against the unknown person under the Official Secrets Act. A political controversy had started with the matter. The matter is being heard by the Bombay High Court. Jaiswal, a 1985 batch IPS officer of Maharashtra cadre, was appointed as the CBI chief in May this year for a period of two years. Jaiswal, who held the top post in Mumbai Police, was the Maharashtra police chief before being called on central deputation later this year.