Ruckus over Parambir’s letter: Uddhav and his home minister cut off each other’s statements

Ruckus over Parambir's letter: Uddhav and his home minister cut off each other's statements

Recently transferred from the post of Mumbai Police Commissioner, Parambir Singh wrote a letter to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray alleging that State Home Minister and NCP leader Anil Deshmukh has disputed the disputed police officer Sachin Waje every month from restaurants, bars and pubs. Had given a target of recovery of crores of rupees. There were many questions in this letter from the bombed car outside Antilia to the death of Mansukh Hiren.

Anil Deshmukh then issued a statement denying the allegations, while Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray questioned the authenticity of the letter. He said that the letter was not signed by Parambir Singh and was sent from a Gmail account. He said that since this unsigned letter was not sent by Parambir Singh’s official mail, it is possible that the letter was completely torn.

He said that efforts are being made to contact Parambir Singh. The Shiv Sena supremo said that the mail account from which the letter came was ‘[email protected]’, while Parambir Singh’s official mail address is ‘[email protected]’. Meanwhile, Anil Deshmukh released a new detailed statement. He called the allegations leveled against him in this as a conspiracy to defame him and the MVA government. In his statement he said:

“I want to draw your attention to a few points, which shows that Parambir Singh is lying. Why was he silent for so many days after the arrest of Sachin Waje? Why did they not say anything in the beginning? On March 16, he came to know that he was to be transferred, and then from the next day he started the conspiracy. He sent a few questions to his close ASP Sanjay Patil on WhatsApp and in return got a favorite answer. This is part of their larger conspiracy, through which they want to discredit the government. ”

Maharashtra Home Minister’s statement alleged that it was the decision of Parambir Singh to reinstate Sachin Waje, who was under suspension for 16 years, and now he is making such allegations to protect himself. . He challenged Parambir Singh’s allegations to prove them as baseless. He said that he will file a defamation case. He said that Sachin Waje had met Singh in February, then why did he not say anything at that time?

Anil Deshmukh said, now that Parambir Singh feels that he is in trouble in the Antilia case, then he has made these allegations to blackmail the ‘Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA)’ government. In this way the Chief Minister and the Home Minister issued contradictory statements of each other. Shortly after this, Parambir Singh told the media that he had sent this letter and now he is going to send the signed copy again.

After this the speculations came to an end and a letter signed by Parambir Singh was also released in the media, which he has sent to Chief Minister Thackeray. Former Mumbai Congress president Sanjay Nirupam said that if Parambir Singh’s allegations were true, the question should be asked by NCP supremo Sharad Pawar, who is the architect of the MVA government. He said that the Congress should clarify its stand in this matter.

Parambir Singh also said in the letter that Sachin Waje had told him that Anil Deshmukh had asked him to collect Rs 100 crore every month from jail, restaurants, hotels, bars etc. According to him, the Home Minister had told Waje that there are about 1750 bars, restaurants and other places in Mumbai. If Rs 2-3 lakhs are collected from each, then 40-50 crores will be received every month. The rest of the collection can be done through other means.

On this episode, former Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said, “The allegations made by the former commissioner are very serious. I believe that there are more explosive allegations than gelatin sticks. ”

According to him, these allegations should also be investigated seriously because these allegations have been made by the working DG. They have also put up WhatsApp chat or SMS chat to confirm these allegations. In which it is clear that the restaurant has been asked to deposit money from the bar.