Former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh has appeared in front of the media for the first time after 231 days. Before talking to the media, Parambir Singh joined the investigation as per the order of the Supreme Court and during this he also cooperated with the investigating officers. However, he told the media that he has full faith in the court. Further, Parambir Singh refused to speak anything in front of the media.
Parambir Singh told the media that ‘I joined the investigation today as per the directions of the Supreme Court. Fully cooperated with the investigation. I have full faith in the court. I have nothing to say beyond this.
Significantly, Parambir was tracked in Chandigarh on Wednesday after he switched on his phone. He then went to Mumbai on Thursday to participate in the investigation in the Gorgaon alleged extortion case. According to the report, the Crime Branch of Mumbai Police interrogated him for about seven hours.
‘Parambir Singh denies all allegations’
The Crime Branch of Mumbai Police in an exclusive conversation with Republic said that the former police commissioner has denied all the extortion charges leveled against him by presenting a different version of the incident. The police officer said that though not immediately called again, Param Bir would be called ‘when needed’.
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A crime branch official said, “We have given notice and asked to appear before us as and when required. This is not a time bound notice, they told us that they will appear whenever called for questioning.”
Let us inform that today Parambir Singh was questioned in the Goregaon extortion case. A case was registered against him at the Goregaon police station on August 20 on the basis of a complaint by hotelier and contractor Bimal Agarwal.
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