Param Bir Singh declared 'absconder' by Court

Mumbai: Former Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh has been declared absconding by the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate's Court. The court granted the crime branch's application and declared Param Bir Singh absconding. After which the court order has now been pasted outside his flat in Juhu today (Tuesday).

Param Bir Singh was declared absconding by a judge of the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate's Court on Wednesday. The court accepted the crime branch's plea and declared Param Bir Singh absconding. Param Bir Singh has also been given an ultimatum to appear within 30 days. In such a case, if they do not appear on time, the process of confiscation of their property will be initiated. He was summoned several times by the Mumbai Crime Branch in connection with a recovery case in Goregaon, Mumbai, but he was not appearing for questioning and investigation.

Vinay Singh and Riaz Bhati along with Param Bir Singh have also been declared absconders. Param Bir Singh has several recovery cases registered against him in Mumbai and Thane. When Param Bir Singh was not appearing even after the repeated summons, the crime branch had urged the Additional Chief Magistrate's Court to declare him absconding. The court granted the appeal. After which the order declaring Param Bir Singh as 'absconding' on Tuesday was affixed outside his flat in Juhu.

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