Maha mulls suspension as Param Bir surfaces, grilled for seven hours
The Morning Standard|November 26, 2021
MUMBAI’S former police chief Param Bir Singh, who faces at least five charges of extortion and corruption in Maharashtra and had been missing for months, appeared at the city police’s Crime Branch Unit 11 office on Thursday morning.
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Meanwhile, Maharashtra DGP Sanjay Pandey has moved a report on suspending Singh, who holds the DG, Home Guard post. The report has been submitted to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, who is said to be discussing the issue with alliance partner NCP.

A highly placed source in the government said, “Singh is in Mumbai therefore things may move fast. The government is discussing if Singh should be arrested first and then suspended, or vice versa.”

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