"The process of investigation and action is on. I read in newspapers and saw on TV news channels that something happened yesterday," Pawar said referring to searches carried out at Bhujbal family properties by the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB).
"Maybe something will happen today also. I don't know. It won't be appropriate on my part to say something on the issue when the investigation process is on," Pawar said, adding, "I will speak about this matter at an appropriate time."

Meanwhile, the Enforcement Directorate registered two cases against former Maharashtra PWD minister Bhujbal on Wednesday under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act.

The first case against Bhujbal pertains to the Maharashtra Sadan scam and allotment of land in Kalina, while the second case is for allocation of land for a housing project in Navi Mumbai.
Earlier, the ACB of Maharashtra Police conducted searches at various properties belonging to Bhujbal as well as his family members in Nashik, Mumbai, Thane and Navi Mumbai.

Bhujbal has reacted to the development saying that he is being targeted by the BJP-Shiv Sena government in an 'unprecedented' manner.

Latest News from State News Desk