Former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh (File Photo)
Former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh (Parambir Singh CaseRetired ACP of Maharashtra Police Shamsher Khan Pathan has made very serious allegations. Pathan has revealed that the 26/11 terror attacks in the year 2008 (Mumbai 26/11 Terror AttackParambir also helped the terrorist involved in Ajmal Kasab. He has alleged that Parambir had kept the phone found from Kasab with him and never handed it over to the investigating officers. Through this phone, Kasab was taking instructions from his terrorist masters sitting in Pakistan.
According to media reports, not only Kasab, Parambir had also helped some other terrorists and their handlers. Parambir also destroyed the evidence against him in many cases. According to the information received, Pathan has sent a four-page complaint to the current police commissioner of Mumbai and demanded an inquiry.
letter written to police commissioner
Shamsher Khan has told in a complaint letter to the Mumbai Police Commissioner that between 2007 and 2011, he was posted as Senior Police Inspector at Paidhuni Police Station. His batchmate NR Mali was posted as Senior Inspector at DB Marg police station and the jurisdiction of both came under Mumbai Zone-2.
It has been said in the letter that on the day of 26/11, Ajmal Amir Kasab was caught in Girgaum Chowpatty area. When I came to know about this, I had called my colleague NR Mali and the gardener told me that a mobile phone was also recovered from Ajmal Kasab. At the same time, he told me that many big officers have come here, including the then Chief of ATS, Parambir Singh. According to the gardener, this phone was with Constable Kamble and was taken by ATS Chief Parambir Singh and kept with him.
never got this phone again
According to Pathan’s claim, the mobile phone was the most important evidence in this case as Kasab was getting instructions from Pakistan from this phone. This phone could have caught his handlers in Pakistan and India, but later I came to know that this phone was not included in the investigation. Police Inspector Mahalaya of Mumbai Crime Branch was investigating this case and this mobile phone was not handed over to him on behalf of Parambir Singh. It was also told in the court that no phone was recovered.
We suspected that the mobile phone could contain the contact numbers of some influential persons in India apart from the handlers of terrorists in Pakistan and India. Had the phone been given to the Mumbai Crime Branch at that time, perhaps we would have been in a position to gather more important information, as the terrorists were continuing their attack even after the 26th. Spoke to Inspector Mali and he told me that he had met Mumbai South Zone Commissioner Venkatesham and asked him to take that phone call from Parambir and give it to the investigating officer concerned for investigation.
Parambir was furious!
Pathan has written in the letter – I have retired and am doing social service work these days. Mali has also now retired from the post of Assistant Police Commissioner. A few days ago, when I again asked the gardener about this, he told me that he had gone to the then ATS Chief Parambir Singh to talk about this evidence. He also asked Parambir to hand over this evidence to the crime branch, but Parambir got angry on him. He had scolded the gardener out of his office, saying that he was a senior.
Despite the information being given to Commissioner Venketesham about this incident, he did not take any action on it. Mali continued his personal investigation in this whole matter and checked the official records and it was written in it that no phone was recovered from Kasab. This meant that the mobile phone was found and not handed over to Police Inspector Mahale of the Crime Branch. This proves that Parambir Singh destroyed the evidence and was involved with the enemies of the country in this entire criminal conspiracy.
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