- Now a case has been registered against former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh on charges of corruption
- Apart from Parambir, DCP Parag Manre and 26 other policemen were also accused.
- Parambir has challenged the FIR in the High Court, it may be heard on May 4.
On the complaint of former police commissioner Parambir Singh, the CBI registered an FIR against former Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh in a corruption case. Now a case has been registered against Parambir Singh himself on charges of corruption.
Apart from them, DCP Parag Manre and 26 other
Uddhav government was shaken by ‘letter bomb’
Inspector Bhimrao Ghadge posted in Akola Police Control Room sent a 14-page letter to the Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Home Minister, DGP and Chief of ACB last week. In this, serious allegations of corruption were made against Parambir Singh.
Based on the same letter, an FIR has been registered in Akola against Singh. They have also been booked under various sections of criminal conspiracy and destruction of evidence and separate sections of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes.
2 investigations are already underway
The Maharashtra government has already conducted two investigations against Parambir Singh, but no FIR has been filed in those cases yet. This is the first case involving Bhimrao Ghadge, in which a case has been filed against Singh.
The significance of this entire incident is that the CBI had filed an FIR against Anil Deshmukh on the allegations of corruption of Parambir Singh. In that case, the CBI took the statement of additional DG Rashmi Shukla as a witness, among others, to Hyderabad.
What’s the matter:
– Bhimrao Ghadge was working under Thane Police Commissionerate from 2015 to 2018.
Parambir Singh was the Police Commissioner of Thane for a long time during that time.
– Ghadge alleges that during that time Singh asked him not to file a charge sheet against some people against whom he had already filed an FIR.
– When he did not accept this order, he was suspended by registering an FIR against him himself.