The letter, which was found at his Nashik farm by his staff on Sunday morning, was given to the police. “We have got the letter and are probing who dropped it and why,” Nashik Commissioner of Police Ravindra Singhal said.
The Enforcement Directorate’s counsel Hiten Venegaonkar had opposed the application, stating that if he is allowed to travel outside Maharashtra, there is an apprehension that he might tamper with his property outside the state.
The 70-year-old NCP leader’s condition was stable, hospital sources said, adding that he has been admitted for a heart condition. The NCP leader has undergone angioplasty in the past and suffers from hypertension.
“Reliance Infrastructure Integrated Power owes Rs 2,000 crore. Yet, the company was allowed to enter into the sale deal with Adani. How could the government allow such deal. Whose money?”said Chhagan Bhujbal.