The Supreme Court has refused to hear the plea of former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh. On the plea of former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh, the Supreme Court has said that why did not you go to the High Court. However, the apex court said that the allegations leveled are serious. Parambir Singh had accused the Home Minister of Maharashtra Anil Deshmukh for corruption and demanded a probe by the CBI. Apart from this, he has also challenged his transfer. Parambir Singh withdrew his petition following the apex court’s order.
Regarding the application of Parambir Singh, the Supreme Court said that the allegations are serious, but you should have gone to the High Court first. Apart from this, the Supreme Court said that why have you not made Anil Deshmukh a party in this case. Now soon a petition can be filed on behalf of Parambir Singh in the Bombay High Court. Even though the Supreme Court has refused to hear Parambir’s plea, it is in a way to raise the concerns of the Maharashtra government, calling the allegations serious. If the High Court verdict comes in the same way, then it will be a big shock for him.
Court said, allegations on Anil Deshmukh are very serious
While considering the application of Parambir Singh, the court said that the allegations against Anil Deshmukh are ‘very serious’. Apart from this, this behavior was said to discourage police reforms in the country. The Supreme Court said that it is unfortunate that the decision given on police reforms has not been implemented. This issue arises only when any political situation worsens. Explain that a dispute arose after the suspicious Scorpio car was found outside Mukesh Ambani’s house on the evening of February 25 and the explosives were found in it. After this, the murder of Mansukh Hiren, a person associated with the car, was revealed. In this case, Mumbai Police officer Sachin Vazhe has been arrested by the NIA.
There was a ruckus on Parambir’s accusation of recovery of 100 crores
The Maharashtra government then suspended Sachin Vaze and Parambir Singh was transferred from the post of Mumbai Police Commissioner to the DG Homeguards. After the transfer, Parambir Singh wrote a letter to CM Uddhav Thackeray, accusing Home Minister Anil Deshmukh that he had targeted Vaje to recover Rs 100 crore.
Supreme Court refuses to entertain the plea of former Mumbai Police Chief Param Bir Singh seeking CBI investigation in the alleged corrupt malpractices of Anil Deshmukh, Home Minister of Government of Maharashtra and asks him to approach the High Court.