Where is Param Bir Singh? Supreme Court says there is no relief in Mumbai policeman’s flight until it is known where he is


New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday asked the whereabouts of former Mumbai police commissioner Param Bir Singh, who was recently declared a “declared offender” after his failure to appear in an extortion case. Singh has reportedly been the subject of at least four cases of extortion and has fled the country.Also Read – Viral Video: Bride & Her Girl Squad Dance to Priyanka Chopra’s Say Na Say Na, Internet Loves It | To concern

“Where are you? Are you in the country? Outside the country,” Judge Kaul asked lead attorney Puneet Bail who appeared for Singh, Livelaw.in reported. The senior attorney responded that questions can only be answered by the filing attorney.The registered attorney told the bench that the motions were filed by Singh’s attorney power holder. Also Read – J&K Govt Orders Investigate Srinagar Meeting, Says He Will Not Guarantee Any Justice

A bench made up of Judges Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Messrs. Sundresh was considering motions filed by Param Bir Singh seeking protection in the corruption and extortion cases filed against Singh. Also read – Dulhan Ka Swag! Shraddha Arya is the happiest bride ever in her traditional red gold Zardosi Lehenga – See photos

The Supreme Court further asks the fugitive ex-Mumbai Police Commissioner to reveal his whereabouts and says he will not hear Singh’s plea for protection from arrest until after he has indicated what part of the country or the world it is in.

In the meantime, he indicted the case on Monday, November 22.


About Author

Comments are closed.