Ex-Mumbai CP Param Bir Singh to move Bombay High Court today for urgent hearing on Thursday

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Mumbai (Maharashtra): Maharashtra Cabinet is scheduled to hold a meeting on Wednesday in Mumbai and is likely to discuss the ongoing issues related to the police department, Singh’s challenge to his transfer to the Home Guards department in the Supreme Court, and DG Maharashtra State Security Corporation (MSSC)’s leave after expressing unhappiness over Maharashtra DGP Rajnish Sheth’s appointment to his post.

Normally, the meeting takes place every week, but due to some reasons it was not convened last week

This will be the first Cabinet meeting after the Maharashtra Budget session concluded on March 10. Also, this meeting holds particular importance because it will also be the first meeting after the Sachin Waze episode came to light.

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Supreme Court starts hearing the petition

Ex-Mumbai CP Param Bir Singh to move Bombay High Court today for urgent hearing on Thursday

SC says there is no doubt that matter is “quite serious” but ex-Mumbai CP Param Bir Singh should approach Bombay HC first

Supreme Court refuses to entertain the plea of former Mumbai Police chief Param Bir Singh seeking CBI investigation in the alleged corrupt malpractices of Anil Deshmukh, Home Minister of Government of Maharashtra and asks him to approach the High Court.

Former Mumbai Police chief Param Bir Singh withdraws the plea from Supreme Court & says he will approach the Bombay High Court “Liberty to approach the High Court granted,” Supreme Court says in it’s order.

Supreme Court says that the allegations levelled by former Mumbai Police Commissioner against Maharashtra home minister is very serious and asks senior advocate Mukul Rohatgi appearing for Param Bir Singh why he is not approaching Bombay High Court for seeking CBI probe.

Supreme Court asks former Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh why he has not made Maharashtra Home Minister a party in his petition as the allegations are levelled against him.

It’s unfortunate that Supreme Court’s judgement on police reform has not been implemented, says Supreme Court adding that the issue of police reforms props up only when some political situation explodes.

Supreme Court says that the allegations levelled by former Mumbai Police Commissioner against Maharashtra home minister is very serious and asks senior advocate Mukul Rohatgi appearing for Param Bir Singh why he is not approaching Bombay High Court for seeking CBI probe.

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