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Parambir Singh Was Called To CID Office In Recovery Case

Maharashtra CID has summoned former police commissioner Param Bir Singh for questioning in the cases registered at Marine Drive and Kopri police stations.

Parambir Singh called to CID office in recovery case

In the recovery case, the former police commissioner Param Bir Singh is gradually being tightened. Maharashtra CID has summoned former police commissioner Param Bir Singh for questioning in the cases registered at Marine Drive and Kopri police stations. For this, they have given Monday and Tuesday. However, he has to appear before the Chandiwal Commission on Monday. In such a situation, he can go in front of the CID on Tuesday.

Atrocity case registered against Parambir Singh with CID

CID has recorded his statement in this case. There are 5 cases registered against Parambir Singh.His statement has been recorded in the case of recovery registered at Goregaon police station, which investigated by the Crime Branch. His statement has also been recorded in the case of recovery registered at Thane Nagar Police Station.

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Statement left in the case registered at Marine Drive Police Station

The CID is investigating the recovery case registered at Thane’s Kopri police station. His statement is yet to record in this. CID is also investigating the recovery case registered at Marine Drive Police Station. His statement is yet to record in this case as well. The investigation of the Atrocity case registered in Thane’s Bazarpeth police station is with the CID, in this case, the statement of Parambir Singh recorded.

Now hearing will be held on December 6

Notice has also been issued by the Supreme Court to CBI and Maharashtra DGP in this matter. Under this, action against Parambir Singh put on hold for the time being. The court will now hear the matter next on December 6. Earlier, his lawyer questioned the Bombay High Court order directing him to approach the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT). On November 18, the top court had refused to entertain Singh’s plea seeking protection saying that Neither his petition will be heard until he reveals his whereabouts. Relief can given. A Mumbai court had on November 17 accepted the application of the Mumbai Police to declare him a fugitive.

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