Won’t Arrest Ex-Mumbai Police Chief Till June 15: Maharashtra Government To High Court
The Maharashtra authorities on Thursday mentioned it will not arrest former Mumbai police commissioner Param Bir Singh until June 15 in a case registered towards him beneath the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act.
Senior counsel Darius Khambata, showing for the state authorities, mentioned his earlier assertion that the police wouldn’t arrest Singh shall proceed until June 15.
A division bench of Justices SS Shinde and NJ Jamadar posted for June 14 the petition filed by Singh, looking for to quash the FIR registered towards him on a grievance of police inspector Bhimrao Ghadge.
On that day, the court docket would additionally hear one other petition filed by the senior IPS officer difficult two enquiries arrange towards him by the state authorities.
The first order on April 1 was handed by the then state dwelling minister Anil Deshmukh for alleged violation of some All India Services (Conduct) Rules. The second order of April 20 was handed by current dwelling minister (Dilip Walse Patil) over allegations of corruption levelled towards Singh.
The FIR registered beneath the Atrocities Act towards Singh relies on a grievance filed by police inspector Ghadge, at present posted at Akola in Maharashtra.
Ghadge made a collection of allegations of corruption towards Singh and different officers when Singh was posted in Thane.
In the FIR, now transferred to Thane, Ghadge alleged that Singh pressured him to drop the names of some individuals from a case and when he refused, the IPS officer framed him up in false instances.
The FIR was registered beneath numerous sections of the Indian Penal Code and provisions of the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe (Prevention of Atrocities) Act.