The Supreme Court refused to hear the plea of former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh and asked him to go to the High Court. A bench of Justice SK Kaul and Justice RS Reddy of the Supreme Court has given its verdict on the petition of IPS Parambir Singh on Wednesday.
Former Mumbai Police Chief Param Bir Singh withdrew the petition from the Supreme Court and said that he would knock the door of the Bombay High Court. The Supreme Court said, “The freedom to approach the High Court has been given.”
The Supreme Court asked former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh why he had not made Maharashtra Home Minister a party in his petition as he has been charged.
The Supreme Court said that the allegations made by the former Mumbai Police Commissioner against the Home Minister of Maharashtra are very serious. The court has asked senior advocate Mukul Rohatgi, appearing on behalf of Param Bir Singh, why he is not contacting the Bombay High Court to demand a CBI inquiry.
Former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh filed a petition in the Supreme Court demanding a fair and independent “CBI inquiry” against Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh.
Parambir Singh, a 1988 batch IPS officer, had also requested the apex court to quash the order alleging his transfer from the post of Police Commissioner of Mumbai to be ‘arbitrary and illegal’. Singh, as an interim relief, had requested a stay on his transfer order and directed the state government, the Center and the CBI to immediately take possession of CCTV footage of Deshmukh’s residence. He said in his petition, “Before the petition was destroyed, the petitioner requested the court to conduct a prejudicial, unaffected, fair and independent inquiry into the misconduct of Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh for writ jurisdiction. Have taken support. ”