The former commissioner of Mumbai Police has been accused of extorting money. We are talking about the former police commissioner Param Bir Singh. The complaints have been filed with the Director-General of Police of Maharashtra.
The complaints have been filed by two businessmen along with a cricket bookie. The name of the bookie is Sonu Jalan. He filed the complaint with businessmen Ketan Tanna and Noor Ahmed Pathan.
COMPLAINT SENT TO MAHARASHTRA CM AND HOME MINISTER
The complaint files against Param Bir Singh were submitted in the office of Sanjay Pandey who is the Director-General of Police. Not only did they file the complaint, but they also sent their copies to the Home Minister of Maharashtra Dilip Walse Patil as well as the Chief Minister of Maharashtra Uddhav Thackeray.
As per the bookie Sonu Jalan, Param Bir Singh was the head of the Thane Police department in 2018 when he gave false information about Sonu Jalan to the Crime control department of Maharashtra due to which Sonu Jalan was put behind the bars. Later, Param Bir extorted money from Sonu to release him from jail.
As per Jalan, three other police officers along with Param Bir Singh were there with Singh who tried to extort money. All three police officers including Pradeep Sharma and Singh were posted in Thane when all of this happened. Jalan also said that they had filed three separate complaints against Singh and the FIR to be registered against the other three police officers.
He also added that they had no problems with any kind of investigation or in providing statements.
Param Bir Singh is currently serving as the Director-General of Maharashtra home guard. Recently, one of the police inspectors accused him of corruption. Also, he did not properly handle the Ambani Bomb case due to which he was transferred back to the Mumbai Police Chief post.
However, Singh has not issued any statement on the allegations imposed on him. Do you think the complaints made on Singh are right and he has done such a thing?