Retired inspector Bhausaheb Andalkar (58),who was arrested in a disproportionate assets case,was released on bail on Thursday against a personal bond of Rs 30,000 of one solvent surety.
Speaking to media persons after his release,Andalkar said he plans to put up the details of his property and documents on the internet. Between 1997 and 2007,I faced 16 inquiries. I have been given a clean chit in all of them,including by the then district government pleader. During my service as a police officer,I have received over 1,000 awards and my service record has been clean, he said. After taking VRS,he had joined politics in Barshi,he added. Some politically motivated persons are trying to end my career. My fathers assets and properties were deliberately not considered while making this complaint, he said.
Andalkar has been directed by anti-corruption special judge A P Kurhekar to attend the ACB office every Monday and Tuesday between 11 am and 2 pm till further order,cooperate in the investigation and not to tamper with evidence or influence witnesses.