A team of six members of the Investigation Bureau (CBI), who arrived in Mumbai from Delhi on Tuesday, is expected to record a statement of former Police Commissioner Mumbai Param Singh in a preliminary investigation ordered by the Bombay High Court in April. 5.
The High Court has ordered an investigation based on the petition submitted by city-based lawyers Dr. Jaishri Patil seek investigations into the accusation of Singh against the former Minister of Internal Affairs Anil Deshmukh in the 20 letter of the minister of Uddhav Thackeray. Dr. Patil approached the High Court after Bukit Malabar police failed to admit the involvement of the March 21 letter which was seeking firmly against Deshmukh. Dr. Patil, in his request, not only looked for directions to the Hill Malabar police station to register a violation but also looked for the CBI probe into allegations.
Judicial head bench Doneta Datta and Justice Girish Kulkarni in the order of 52-yard delivered on April 5 observed that when the police were under Minister at Deshmukh’s house could not be an unfair question, impartial and hence directing CBI to do preliminary questions in time 15 days. However, the court held the CBI from registering firredas based on complaints from Patil. The court also left it with the wisdom of the CBI Director to decide further action after the preliminary investigation.
After arriving in Mumbai on Tuesday,
the CBI registered a preliminary investigation and was expected to begin to record Singh’s statement and other officers mentioned by Singh on his charges. Dr Patil’s statement will also be recorded by six CBI officers.
The High Court noted that it could not remain a “mute audience” with complaints received against high-level officers and rule, “That, therefore, of course the problem of the credibility of the country’s engine, which will stare at the face when faced at that time for law expectations and when complaints It was accepted against high-level public officials. This court cannot be a mute audience in this situation. “