Former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh suspended
Former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh suspended

Mumbai: The Maharashtra Government has suspended former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh in a major decision last Thursday. Along with this, disciplinary proceedings were initiated against the officer facing charges of extortion and corruption. FIR has been registered against the police officer of DCP rank on charges of colouring. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had signed Parambir's suspension order as soon as he was discharged from the hospital last Thursday.

Not only that, Parag Manere, who was DCP thane city during that time, has also been suspended. A recent order issued by the State Home Department said that the 1988-batch Indian Police Service (IPS) officer was suspended under Sections 3 and 4 of the All India Services (Discipline and Appeal) Rules, 1969. However, disciplinary action has been initiated against Parambir for irregularities and non-discharge of duties.

Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, who was in the hospital after surgery on November 12 and was discharged on Thursday. In fact, he had approved the suspension proposal on Wednesday, where apart from criminal cases registered under various sections of the IPC, Parambir Singh has also been found guilty of dereliction of duty in the Antilia explosive scare case. In fact, Parambir Singh was on leave without giving medical and information to the State Government.

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