Former Police Commissioner Paramveer Singh.
Mumbai Police on Saturday pasted a notice outside the residence of Indian Police Service (IPS) officer Parambir Singh asking him to appear on October 12 in an extortion case. An official gave this information. Recently, Maharashtra Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil said that there are reports that the former Mumbai Police Commissioner has left the country but there is no confirmed information. Singh is facing at least five criminal cases in the state.
The crime branch of Mumbai Police is probing the extortion case registered against Singh in suburban Goregaon and wants to interrogate him, the official said. A police team went to Singh’s flat at Neelima Bhawan in Malabar Hill area and pasted the notice outside as he was not there, the official said.
This policeman also accused
A case was registered at Goregaon police station on the complaint of builder cum hotelier Bimal Agarwal. Besides Singh, sacked police officers Sachin Waje, Sumit Singh alias Chintu, Alpesh Patel, Vinay Singh alias Bablu and Riyaz Bhati have been made accused in the FIR.
was removed from the post of commissioner
Parambir Singh was removed from the post of Mumbai Police chief and transferred to the Home Guard after Sachin Waje was arrested in connection with an SUV found near the south Mumbai residence of industrialist Mukesh Ambani. Explosive material was kept in this SUAV.
Singh later alleged that the then state home minister Anil Deshmukh had asked Waje to recover Rs 100 crore every month from hotels and bars in Mumbai. Deshmukh had denied the allegation.
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