Former Mumbai police commissioner Param Bir Singh, now suspended, failed to seem earlier than the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) right here on Tuesday to document his assertion in reference to an open enquiry being performed towards him on a criticism lodged by a police inspector, an official mentioned.
“Singh, who was suspended from service after a number of extortion circumstances have been registered towards him, was summoned to seem earlier than the ACB on Tuesday, however he hasn’t appeared until midday,” he mentioned.
Based on him, Singh was earlier summoned to seem earlier than the ACB on January 10, however he had cited pendency of listening to within the Supreme Court docket as the explanation for not turning up.
“Lately, our probe group went to his Mumbai residence and gave the discover of look earlier than the ACB,” the official mentioned, including that the discover was acquired by Singh’s prepare dinner.
“He (Singh) was requested to stay current earlier than ACB officers on January 18, however till now there isn’t a communication from him. He hasn’t appeared in particular person to this point earlier than us,” the official mentioned.
The ACB is conducting an open enquiry towards Singh on the criticism lodged by police inspector Anup Dange, who had levelled allegations of corruption towards the previous Mumbai prime cop.