Tuesday, November 30, 2021

65 officers, including close to Waje, removed from crime branch, SC asks Parambir Singh to go to High Court

The Maharashtra government has made a big upset in the police department of Mumbai. 65 officers including Sachin Waje’s close Transfer from Crime Branch Has been done. A total of 86 transfers have taken place. Here the Supreme Court on the petition of former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh Refusal to hear While doing so, he has been asked to appeal in the Bombay High Court.

Parambir Singh wrote a letter to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray after being removed from the post of Police Commissioner. In it, it was alleged that the state Home Minister Anil Deshmukh had given a target of recovery of Rs 100 crore to Waje. After this, Singh approached the Supreme Court knocking on the case CBI investigation demands Had. He had feared that Deshmukh may destroy evidence related to it.

The Supreme Court on Wednesday (24 March 2021) refused to hear his plea. A bench of Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul and R. Subhash Reddy asked why Anil Deshmukh was not made a party in the case? The bench has also asked that why did you not go to the High Court first? Parambir Singh, withdrawing his petition from the Supreme Court, has asked for an appeal to the Bombay High Court.

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Singh, in the petition, also requested the cancellation of the order, describing his transfer as arbitrary and illegal. In addition, as interim relief, he was requested to stay his transfer order and direct the state government, Center and CBI to immediately take CCTV footage of Deshmukh’s residence.

Earlier on Tuesday, the Maharashtra government transferred 86 police officers in a major reshuffle. 65 out of 86 are from Mumbai Crime Branch. A report from republic world According to this list, API Riyaz Kazi of Mumbai Police (CIU), a close associate of Sachin Waje, has been transferred to the Armed Forces. The Maharashtra government has made these transfers at a time when many types of questions are arising regarding the investigation of the Antilia case.

According to reports, the new police chief Hemant Nagrale hinted at a major reshuffle after taking over the post. The transfers have been executed under the Maharashtra Police Act section 22 (n) (2), which permits transfer in exceptional cases for the public interest. Sachin Waje, who lives in the Mumbai Crime Branch, is accused of possessing an explosive laden car outside Antilia and killing Mansukh Hiren.

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