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Parambir Singh’s petition dismissed in Supreme Court


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New Delhi. The Supreme Court on Friday refused to entertain a plea by former Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh, seeking transfer of all investigations against him out of Maharashtra and transfer of all investigations from the state police to an independent agency. Went. A bench of Justices Hemant Gupta and V. Ramasubramaniam told the counsel representing Singh, “Those whose houses are of glass, do not throw stones at others”.

The bench told senior advocate Mahesh Jethmalani, representing Singh, “You are in the police force for 30 years. Now you cannot say that you want your probe outside the state. You should not doubt your force.” “

Singh had said in his allegations that the then Home Minister Anil Deshmukh had given a target of recovery of Rs 100 crore every month to the top police officers. In his petition, he claimed that Deshmukh had given him a target of depositing Rs 100 crore every month through various means including corruption in police postings or transfers.

Jethmalani argued that cases were being registered against his client and he was facing punishment for writing a letter to the Chief Minister of Maharashtra regarding the former home minister.

“It is shocking that you have worked in the same system for 30 years and now you are suddenly blaming everyone,” the bench replied.

Jethmalani spoke of political pressure on the officials probing the cases against Singh, but the top court ultimately decided to dismiss the petition.

Senior advocate Puneet Bali, representing Singh, urged the court not to dismiss the plea and allow his client to pursue other legal remedies. After hearing the arguments, the bench allowed Singh to withdraw the petition.

In a written petition, Singh had alleged that the investigating officers of the state government were threatening him that he would be implicated in false cases if he did not withdraw his complaint against Deshmukh. In view of this, Singh had asked the Supreme Court to transfer all the investigations already initiated or pending against him to the CBI.

–IANS

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