Former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh has filed a petition in the Supreme Court against the transfer to the Home Guard Department.
Parambir Singh in his petition has also demanded the Supreme Court to investigate the allegations which he had mentioned in a letter to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray.
This petition has been filed in the Supreme Court on Monday.
It is believed that Senior Advocate Mukul Rohatgi can appear in the Supreme Court on behalf of Parambir Singh.
In his petition filed in the Supreme Court, Paramveer Singh has sought an order to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), “so that the CBI is immediately neutral, without any effect, neutral and without any effect on the corrupt conduct of Shri Anil Deshmukh, Home Minister of the Government of Maharashtra.” Check cleanly.
Apart from this, Parambir Singh has demanded from the Supreme Court that he cancel the Maharashtra Government’s order under which he has been transferred from the post of Commissioner of Mumbai Police.
He has demanded the court to issue an order for this. Parambir Singh has alleged that this order of the state government is illegal and arbitrary.
In his petition, he claims that the latest order of the state government is a clear violation of Articles 14 and 21 of the Indian Constitution.
He argues that in TSR Subramanian v. Central Government case, the Supreme Court had prescribed a minimum tenure of two years for the post of Commissioner and DGP which has not been followed in his case.
Parambir Singh has claimed in his petition that the court has said in a number of decisions that along with reasonable grounds for the transfer of an officer from a sensitive position with a fixed tenure, there should be adequate deliberation for the same.
There was a ruckus in the Lok Sabha on Monday about the letter of former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh. In this case, BJP has sought resignation from Uddhav Thackeray-led Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi government.
Parambir Singh, in a letter to Uddhav Thackeray, had alleged that the state Home Minister Anil Deshmukh had given a target of raising 100 crore rupees every month from the Maharashtra Police. The BJP also demanded a CBI inquiry into the matter. During the Zero Hour in the Lok Sabha, BJP MP Manoj Kotak said amid the uproar of Shiv Sena and NCP that according to Parambir Singh’s letter, the Chief Minister and the Home Minister have suspended from Assistant Police Inspector Sachin Vazhe 1,742 times in Mumbai every month and 100 crores from restaurants. Was asked to collect Rs.
Kotak said that those who are in power are using their power in illegal collection of money and despite this, the Chief Minister has not said a word in this matter. He said that this is a serious issue and the Home Minister of Maharashtra should resign from the post immediately and conduct a CBI inquiry into the entire matter.