"You served Maharashtra cadre for 30 years and now say you don't have faith in State police" Supreme Court to Param Bir Singh

Jun 11 2021 02:59 PM

Mumbai: Former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh, who has been accused of several allegations, has not been able to get relief from the Supreme Court. In fact, the Supreme Court has categorically refused to hear Parambir Singh's plea seeking transfer of all cases of investigation against him to an independent agency outside Maharashtra. Not only that, the Supreme Court has also reprimanded Parambir Singh. The court said, "You yourself are in the police and you do not trust the state police, whose houses are glass, they do not throw stones at others.''

In fact, the Supreme Court said, "It is very surprising that after serving in the state for more than 30 years, former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh is now saying that he does not trust the state police and is demanding an independent agency outside Maharashtra to conduct all the investigations against him. Let me tell you that a petition was filed against Parambir Singh requesting an independent agency outside Maharashtra to conduct the ongoing probe. Hearing the same petition, Justice Hemant Gupta and Justice V. Ramasubramanian's vacation bench said, "It is a common saying that people living in glass houses should not throw stones at others.''

Moreover, when the court said it would pass an order rejecting the petition, Parambir Singh's advocate said he would withdraw the petition and adopt other judicial measures. Let us tell you that Parambir Singh is a 1988 batch IPS officer and was removed from the post of Mumbai Police Commissioner on March 17 and appointed general commander of maharashtra state home guard. After all this, he had levelled corruption allegations against the state Home Minister and senior NCP leader Anil Deshmukh.

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