Deshmukh is currently deposing before Justice K U Chandiwal Commission, which is probing corruption allegations leveled against him by former Mumbai police commissioner Param Bir Singh.
'Secret' meeting between Param Bir Singh and Sachin Waze: Navi Mumbai Police issue show cause notice to four cops
Param Bir Singh and Sachin Waze had met in a room adjacent to the chamber of Justice Chandiwal (retd) Commission in a building in south Mumbai.
The Centre raised preliminary objections to the maintainability of the petition on the ground that it should have been filed before Bombay High Court as everything related to the case happened there.
Both the agency official and the lawyer have been charge-sheeted by the agency for allegedly subverting the case against former Maharashtra minister Anil Deshmukh.
Special judge Sanjeev Aggarwal said that even though Deshmukh was not arrayed as an accused in the CBI's charge sheet in the matter, he may be the controlling mind of the larger conspiracy.
Waze says suffering from multiple ailments, seeks court's nod for protein-rich and non-veg food in jail
Waze, currently in judicial custody, is lodged at Taloja Jail in neighbouring Navi Mumbai. He had undergone heart surgery in September this year.
Shinde was arrested on June 26 by the Enforcement Directorate for his alleged role in a money laundering case in which the accused include Deshmukh and dismissed assistant police inspector Sachin Waze
According to sources, Singh and Waze spoke to each other for more than 30 minutes, and an objection to this was raised with the panel by the lawyer of Deshmukh.
In March, Waze, who was then serving as the assistant police inspector, was arrested by the NIA for his alleged role in the case and was later dismissed from service.
Singh, who surfaced in public after six months on Thursday, is himself likely to appear before the Justice K U Chandiwal commission on Monday.
Ex-Mumbai top cop Param Bir Singh moves court, seeks cancellation of order declaring him 'absconder'
Singh, who has been declared 'absconding' by a Mumbai court, had arrived at Crime Branch unit 11 office in Kandivali to join the investigation of the Goregaon extortion case.
The Enforcement Directorate, probing the case, had shown Sachin Waze as an accused in its charge-sheet, but never arrested him in the matter.
A special holiday court on November 6 had sent the 71-year-old NCP leader to judicial custody after rejecting the ED's plea seeking extension of his remand.
Waze was remanded in the custody of the crime branch till November 13 in connection with an extortion case registered at suburban Goregaon in Mumbai.
The magistrate’s court sent Waze to further custody of the police following a submission that he was willing to concede and be sent to police’s custody to cooperate with the probe.