A Special Anti-Corruption court in Mumbai has directed NCP leader Chhagan Bhujbal and his nephew Sameer Bhujbal to be present before the court on June 22. The former Chief Minister’s son Pankaj, who the court sent summons to during the last hearing, has also been asked to be present before the court.
The summons pertain to the probe in two cases — the Mumbai University library building case and the construction of the Maharashtra Sadan in New Delhi — in which the Bhujbals are accused.
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Special public prosecutor Pradeep Gharat said the prosecution will seek a non-bailable warrant against Pankaj if he does not appear before the court during the next hearing. The ACB has filed chargesheets in both cases, but trial is yet to begin.