News

Sanjay Nirupam claims – Param Bir is in Belgium, BJP said – First tell where is Anil Deshmukh

Advertisements
Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam tweeted that former Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh is in Belgium. He asked the BJP-led Center that “how did the former top cop of Mumbai leave the country”? However, replying to him, BJP leader Ram Kadam said, “First of all those asking about Parambir Singh should answer that where is former Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh?

After the court issued a non-bailable warrant against former Maharashtra Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh, Param Bir Singh is once again in the headlines. On Thursday, a court in Thane, Maharashtra issued a non-bailable warrant against Param Bir Singh in an alleged extortion case registered at Thane Nagar police station.

In this matter, Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam made a tweet on Saturday. The caption accompanying Param Bir Singh’s photo read, “Here is the former Police Commissioner of Mumbai Police. The minister was accused of extortion. He himself is wanted in five cases. Police have said that he is absconding. Found out, He is in Belgium. How did he get to Belgium? How many safe passages did you give him? Can’t we get it undercover?

Sanjay Nirupam alleged that Param Bir Singh took the Chandigarh-Nepal-Europe route to flee the country. “Now the central agencies will have to verify and comment on the whereabouts of Param Bir Singh,” he said.

On the tweet of Sanjay Nirupam, the next day i.e. on Sunday, Ram Kadam of BJP replied. Retweeting Sanjay Nirupam, he wrote, “Where is Param Bir? Leaders asking this question…Where is former Home Minister Anil Deshmukh when will he answer this? Will he take accountability sometime? Or every time finger at the center?”

Let us inform that former Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh had made serious allegations of corruption and illegal extortion on former Home Minister Anil Deshmukh of Maharashtra.

Advertisements

.

Advertisements

Show More

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Back to top button