Former Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh has been cleared of all charges and had his suspension order revoked by the Maharashtra government, according to news agency PTI. At least four extortion-related FIRs had been filed against Singh in Mumbai and Thane, but the state home department withdrew the memorandum of charges against him and ordered that the matter be closed.
An order rescinding Singh’s suspension was also issued, with the period of suspension from December 2021 to June 2022 to be treated as a period spent on duty for all purposes. Singh’s departmental inquiry had been declared wrong by the Central Administrative Tribunal, which ordered its closure and labeled his suspension wrong.
The Central Bureau of Investigation had filed five separate FIRs into allegations against Singh, while the National Investigation Agency recorded a statement from a cyber expert claiming that Singh had paid him money to prepare a report following the Antilia case from Tihar jail in Delhi.
The NIA had recorded a statement of a cyber expert who claimed that Singh had paid him money to prepare a report that a message claiming responsibility had been uploaded on a telegram channel following the Antilia case from Tihar jail in Delhi. rewrite a long and new article from the information given to you