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Parambir Singh Plea Rejected in Supreme Court, calling the Case Serious

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Parambir Singh Plea: The hearing was heard in the Supreme Court on IPS Parambir Singh’s petition, who accused Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh of illegal extortion. In this case, Parambir Singh will now go to Bombay High Court. The Supreme Court has advised Parambir Singh to go to the High Court, describing it as serious. The Supreme Court said that we are allowing the petitioner to withdraw the petition.

Parambir Singh Plea in Court

The court said that they had demanded a hearing in the High Court tomorrow. If you give this application, then the High Court should see when the hearing can be held. During the hearing, the Supreme Court questioned Parambir Singh’s lawyer Mukul Rohatgi, why did you come directly to the Supreme Court, why did you not go to the High Court. On this, Rohatgi said that we would go to the High Court, order the hearing tomorrow.

What happened in the Supreme Court during the hearing?

The court questioned Param Bir’s lawyer Mukul Rohatgi – Why did he come directly to the Supreme Court? Why not make Deshmukh a party?

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Rohatgi – I will file a revised application making Deshmukh a party in half an hour. Now, on coming directly to the Supreme Court, I answer. This is an issue affecting the country. The NIA is investigating the Antilla explosive case. Another IPS, Rashmi Shukla Deshmukh, has been accused of corruption in transfer/posting.

Justice Kaul – The problem is that no state is implementing our Prakash Singh (Police Reform) decision. Let it be, but the question is, why did you not go to the High Court?

Another lawyer who applied in the case, Sadavarte – We have filed a High Court petition. The matter should go there itself.

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Rohatgi – The problem of pressure on the police is national. Officials in Bengal have also said such a thing.

Justice Kaul – High court also has power. Go there

Rohatgi – We will apply in the High Court today. You should give instructions for the hearing tomorrow itself.

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Court order – We asked why did not make Deshmukh a party. Rohatgi said to give the amended application. But we think that the High Court can look into this matter. We agree that the issue is serious. We are allowing the petitioner to withdraw the petition. They have demanded a hearing in the High Court tomorrow. If you give this application, then the High Court should see when the hearing can be held.

 

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