Non-Bailable Warrant Against Param Bir Singh Scraped

Mumbai : The court on Friday scraped the non-bailable warrant issued against Former Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh in an extortion case. Court has done so, only on some conditions.
he has to furnish a bond of Rs 15,000 and he must appear whenever called by the investigating officer.
The non-bailable warrant was issued by a Thane court in the extortion case of businessmen Ketan Tanna and Sonu Jalan.

Businessman Sonu Jalan had written a letter to Maharashtra Director General of Police, alleging that Param Bir Singh and some other police officials had extorted Rs 3.45 crore from him. Similarly, businessmen Ketan Manshukhlal Tanna and Moonirahmed Pathan, too, alleged in the letter that they were framed in fake cases and crores were extorted from them.

Earlier on November 26 morning Param Bir Singh had filed an application at the Esplanade court for the cancellation of the non-bailable warrant. He has also moved the court to cancel the order of proclaimed offender against him.

Param Bir Singh was declared a “proclaimed offender” last week by a magistrate’s court in Mumbai. The non-bailable warrant was issued in a case against Param Bir Singh registered at Goregaon police station on the complaint of builder-cum-hotelier Bimal Agrawal. Along with Param Bir Singh, the FIR also names dismissed police officer Sachin Vaze, and four others- Sumit Singh alias Chintu, Alpesh Patel, Vinay Singh alias Bablu, and Riyaz Bhati.

Also Read : Param Bir Singh Destroyed Mobile Of 26/11 Terror Attacks Terrorists Ajmal Kasab: Ex-ACP

Former Assistant Police Commissioner Samsher Khan Pathan has levelled allegation on ex-cop Param Bir Singh of destroying mobile phone seized from 26/11 terror attacks convict Mohammed Ajmal Kasab. He alleged that “Param Bir Singh confiscated terrorist Kasab’s phone, ensuring that the phone never appeared during the investigation or trial.”

Speaking with India Today, Samsher said that he had confirmed his colleagues that the Kasab’s phone destroyed by Param Bir Singh was the very phone on which Kasab was receiving instructions from the Pakistani handlers. “It could also have the numbers of people involved from this side of the border as well. So this is an issue of national importance and hence this matter needs to be investigated and the accused immediately arrested,” he said.

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