Param Bir: Extortion case: Param Bir Singh appeared in Thane police station. Thane News – Times of India

Thane: Former Mumbai Police Commissioner my money one Singh appeared at Thane Nagar police station to record his statement in an extortion case that has been registered against him and 28 others.
The FIR was registered based on the complaint of 54-year-old Ketan Tanna, a bookie. Tanna alleged that when Singh was Thane’s police commissioner between January 2018 and February 2019, he extorted Rs 1.25 crore from him by calling him to the office of the Anti-Extortion Cell and threatening to implicate him in serious criminal cases. He also extorted more than Rs 3 crore from his friend and alleged bookie Sonu Jalan in a similar fashion.
Apart from Singh, former SHO Pradeep Sharma, Inspector Rajkumar KothmayorDCP Deepak Devraj, alleged collection agent Vikas Dabhade, who was earlier arrested by Palghar police in another cricket betting case, is an accused among others.
MUMBAI: Retired ACP Shamsher K Pathan, in a letter to the Mumbai Police Commissioner in July 2021, alleged that “during the 26/11 terrorist attacks, Supreme The then DIG ATS Bir Singh seized the terrorist Ajmal Kasabiphone, ensuring that the phone is never exposed during a test or test”