From a suspicious car found outside Mukesh Ambani’s house to a CBI investigation against former Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh, Parambir Singh has become an important link. The CBI is likely to take a statement from former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh today. In a letter written to CM, former Home Minister Anil Deshmukh, Parambir Singh had accused him of recovering Rs 100 crore from Mumbai every month. Now his statement will be recorded today on behalf of the CBI regarding this charge. Meanwhile, on Wednesday morning, he reached the NIA office in the case of finding a suspicious car outside Mukesh Ambani’s house.
On 5 April, the High Court had ordered the CBI to conduct a preliminary inquiry against Anil Deshmukh and then file an FIR based on it, on the application of advocate Jayashree Patil. After the High Court order, on Tuesday, the 6-member team of CBI reached Mumbai from Delhi. On 20 March, in a letter to CM Uddhav Thackeray, Parambir Singh accused Anil Deshmukh that he had targeted Sachin Vaje to recover Rs 100 crore from Mumbai every month. On the basis of this letter, lawyer Jayashree Patil filed an application in the High Court and demanded an inquiry against Anil Deshmukh. Dr. Patil had demanded in his application that an FIR should be lodged in the Malabar Police Station in this matter and the matter should be investigated to the CBI.
A bench of High Court Chief Justice Dipankar Dutta and Justice Girish Kulkarni had said in its 52-page order that the police cannot conduct an impartial inquiry while Anil Deshmukh is the home minister. In this case, the CBI should conduct a preliminary inquiry into the case and then have to decide whether an FIR should be lodged or not. As soon as reaching Mumbai on Tuesday, the CBI team has registered a case and started investigation. Under this, the agency can interrogate Parambir Singh and the names given in the letter on his behalf. Apart from this, advocate Jayashree Patil, who has filed an application in the case, can also be questioned.
Mumbai: Former Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh arrives at the NIA office, in connection with the Antilia bomb scare case pic.twitter.com/qrUdulVzAj
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Explain that only after the High Court’s decision, Anil Deshmukh resigned from the post of Home Minister of Maharashtra. The NCP has replaced Dilip Valse Patil as Home Minister in his place. The post of Home Minister in Maharashtra’s coalition government has gone to the NCP quota. In such a situation, Sharad Pawar also decided to substitute Anil Deshmukh and has given a chance to his close Dilip Valsay Patil.