Mumbai Court Declares EX-IPS Param Bir Singh As Absconder

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Mumbai: A court in Mumbai declared former Mumbai police commissioner Param Bir Singh and two others as proclaimed offenders. The court also allowed Mumbai Police’s application to declare former police commissioner Param Bir Singh as an offender.

This is in connection with an extortion case filed against Singh by the city police.

The city police will now paste the notice on their known addresses and publish it in newspapers directing them to appear before it within 30 days. If they fail to appear, police will initiate the process for the attachment of their properties.

The magistrate court had last month issued a non-bailable warrant (NBW) against the three in the case. A court in Thane had also issued an NBW against Singh in October.

The third NBW was issued against him last week in connection with an extortion case lodged at the Marine Drive police station.

The city police will now paste the notice on their known addresses and publish it in newspapers directing them to appear before it within 30 days. If they fail to appear, police will initiate the process for the attachment of their properties.

The magistrate court had last month issued a non-bailable warrant (NBW) against the three in the case. A court in Thane had also issued an NBW against Singh in October. The third NBW was issued against him last week in connection with an extortion case lodged at the Marine Drive police station.

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