A case has been registered against Kapil Wadhawan and the whole family at Y Police Station in Mahabaleshwar.
At the same time, an inquiry has been ordered to send IPS officer Amitabh Gupta on leave.
There are stand double question against Maharashtra government for giving VIP treatment to Wadhwan family Amitabh Gupta, principal secretary and IPS, home department of the Uddhav Thackeray government of Maharashtra, showed such kindness to the Wadhawan family that by telling a friend not to allow one or two but five cars convoy to go from Khandala to Mahabaleshwar.
Home department of Maharashtra government ordered action. IPS Amitabh Gupta, through whose letter, a total of 23 people, including Kapil and Dheeraj Wadhawan, have been entrusted to the investigation of Manoj Saunik, who is appointed Additional Chief Secretary in the Finance Department.
The Ministry of Home Affairs has inquired into the matter and asked to give a report to the saunik within 15 days Amitabh Gupta, who gave the letter by the senior IPS officer and the Home Secretary of the Home Department, following the rules themselves, has been sent on long leave till further orders. As long as they remain on leave and the next order comes after the investigation is complete, till then, the additional charge of Principal Special Secretary Home Department has been handed over to Shrikant Singh. Shrikant Singh is Additional Chief Secretary in the Department of Appeal and Security.
Famous business group Wadhavan’s family lives in Bandra Pali Hill area of Mumbai. On 8 April, 23 people, including members of the Wadhawan family, servants and bodyguards, went to Mahabaleshwar in a convoy of four vehicles. In fact, when the Wadhawan family reached Mahabaleshwar, the locals opposed it after seeing a crowd of 23 people and questioned how he reached Mahabaleshwar amid the lockdown?
The local people complained to the local police station, after which the police reached the spot. A case has been registered against Kapil Wadhawan and the whole family at Y Police Station in Mahabaleshwar. A case has been registered under section 188, 269,270, 34 DM act 51 (b) MH covid 19 regulations 2020 sec 11 of IPC..