The Maharashtra government has handed over the investigation to the state ACB (Anti Corruption Bureau) against former Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh, who accused former Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh of demanding recovery of Rs 100 crore.
Actually, this matter is from when Paramvir Singh was the Commissioner of Mumbai Police. Then an inspector named Anoop Dange had accused Paramvir Singh of corruption and said that Parambir Singh had demanded a bribe from him to get him into service again while he was under suspension.
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It is to be known that Anup Dange had alleged that he was approached by a person claiming to be a relative of Parambir Singh, he was asked to be reinstated after Singh was suspended. In return, a bribe was demanded. In the context of these allegations leveled by Anup Dange against Param Bir Singh, today the Maharashtra government has approved the state ACB for an open investigation.
Let us inform that after his unwanted transfer by the Maharashtra government after the Antilia bomb conspiracy, Paramvir Singh had accused former Home Minister of Maharashtra Government Anil Deshmukh of illegal recovery of Rs 100 crore and said that Deshmukh had been accused of extortion from Sachin Waje and other police officers. They collect money from big traders through the medium.
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