NCP leader Chhagan Bhujbal was on Wednesday granted bail in the Maharashtra Sadan and Mumbai University library cases by a special ACB court.
Bhujbal will continue to remain in judicial custody in the PMLA case against him. Nephew Sameer Bhujbal too has been granted bail.
Bhujbal was arrested on March 14 by the ED on charge of money laundering in the Maharashtra Sadan scam.
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The Anti-Corruption Bureau had filed an FIR against Bhujbal after it found irregularities in construction of Maharashtra Sadan in Delhi which was built at a cost of Rs 100 crore. It is alleged that the contractor had given kickbacks to Bhujbal.
Another FIR was filed by the ACB against Bhujbal in which it was alleged that he had received kickbacks in awarding the contract of state central library in Kalina campus of Mumbai University.