Uddhav govt state tells Bombay high court Param Bir Singh untraceable not inclined to continue no coercive action statement

IPS officer and former commissioner of Mumbai Police Parambir Singh is yet to be traced. The Maharashtra government gave this information to the Bombay High Court on Wednesday. The Maharashtra government told the High Court that since Parambir Singh was not traceable, it did not want to stick to its assurance that no coercive action (such as arrest) would be taken against him in one SC-ST related case as in other cases. Development has taken place.

Let us inform that a case has been registered against Parambir Singh on behalf of a police officer under the SC-ST Act. Senior advocate Darius Khambata, appearing for the state government, told a division bench of Justice Nitin Jamdar and Justice Sarang Kotwal that now the circumstances have changed.

Government said – we cannot stick to the earlier statement

Khambata said, ‘He is not being traced. In these circumstances, we do not want to stick to our earlier statement, when the government had said that it would not take any punitive action against them. At the same time, senior advocate Mahesh Jethmalani, appearing for Parambir Singh, said that he has not been declared a fugitive yet. Jethmalani said that he was summoned twice in this case and on both the occasions he replied.

Parambir has demanded registration of FIR?

In fact, the High Court was hearing a petition filed by Parambir Singh on a complaint by Police Inspector Bhimrao Ghadge, seeking quashing of the FIR lodged against him under various sections of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act and IPC. has gone. The court adjourned the hearing to next week.

What is the charge?

Ghadge has alleged that when he refused to comply with Parambir Singh’s order in 2015 to remove the names of some people from an FIR, Singh lodged an FIR against him and made casteist remarks against him for not obeying. Did it too.


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