Action against Parambir Singh intensifies, fine imposed, may now be suspended

Mumbai: Maharashtra's Uddhav Thackeray government is gearing up for strict action against former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh. Sources have said they may be suspended. The Maharashtra government has accepted Debashish Chakraborty's report on Parambir Singh. The report recommends suspension of Parambir Singh.

Parambir Singh is accused of violating the rules of service. It is being reported that a major decision can be taken against them in a week. Parambir Singh had been missing for quite some time. He was last seen on May 2021. The Maharashtra Home Department had then directed a departmental inquiry against IPS Parambir Singh. The investigation was conducted by ACS (Planning) Debashish Chakraborty, in which he has been convicted of violating the rules of the All India Service Rules.

Parambir Singh also appeared before the Chandiwal Commission today. The Chandiwal Commission has slapped a fine of 15,000 rupees on Parambir. He has been asked to deposit the amount in the Chief Minister's Relief Fund. He has been fined for not appearing even after issuing summons. On the other hand, an affidavit submitted by Parambir Singh to the Commission said that he does not want to give any evidence or cross-examination.

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