Former Mumbai authorities commissioner and senior IPS officer Param Bir Singh suspended

Former Mumbai Police Commissioner And Senior Ips Officer
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  • senior IPS officer Param Bir Singh suspended Highlights In a first-ever for Maharashtra, serving DGP-rank IPS officer, Singh has actually been suspended
  • Report also advises action versus Singh for defying All India Civil Service guidelines
  • Singh, declared as ‘Proclaimed Wrongdoer’ is facing cases of extortion, corruption against him

Former Mumbai police commissioner and senior IPS officer Param Bir Singh was on Thursday suspended over irregularities and lapses. Earlier in the day, a magistrate court had actually cancelled its pronouncement order versus Singh in an extortion case signed up against him in rural Goregaon.

The choice by the state government to suspend the 1988 batch IPS officer – who was declared a ‘Proclaimed Culprit’ by a Mumbai court in November – follows a probe report submitted by Extra Chief Secretary Debashish Chakravarti.

The Maharashtra government said that throughout this duration Singh shall be paid subsistence allowance, dearness allowance & & other allowances as permissible under Rule 4 of All India Solutions (Discipline and Appeal) Guidelines, 1969, on production of certificate that he is not engaged in any other employment.

It likewise said, throughout this duration, the headquarter of Singh will be office of Director General of Cops, Maharashtra State, Mumbai and he shall not leave the said headquarter without obtaining the consent of the Director General of Cops, Maharashtra State, Mumbai.

Another officer Parag Manere, the then DCP of Thane city has actually likewise been suspended together with Singh. He is likewise implicated in a criminal case.

Additional chief urban magistrate S B Bhajipale had on November 17 released the pronouncement order declaring previous Singh as an absconder.

Nevertheless, after Singh appeared before the court recently, his lawyer moved an application looking for cancellation of the proclamation order.

Under section 82 of the CrPC (Code of Crook Treatment), a court can publish a pronouncement requiring the implicated to appear if the warrant provided versus him can not be performed.

Further, based on section 83 of the CrPC, after releasing such a proclamation, the court may also purchase attachment of the proclaimed offender’s properties.

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Published at Thu, 02 Dec 2021 06:34:22 -0600