Opposition demands resignations of Maharashtra HM Anil Deshmukh over allegations of corruption leveled by Former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh

Maharashtra chief minister’s office has informed that it is authenticating the unsigned letter said to be sent by Former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh. In a statement, CMO has informed that today, it has received an unsigned letter with the name of Param Bir Singh at 4.37 PM. It was sent from email ID paramirs3@gmail.com. But Parambir singh has given parimbirs@hotmail.com as a personal email ID for the list of IPS officers. Hence email ID is being checked and home department is trying to contact Param Bir singh.

AIR correspondent reports that sources have said that the letter said to be sent by Singh is addressed to the Chief Minister and copied to the Deputy Chief Minister, Additional Chief Secretary of Home ministry and Principal Secretary of the Governor of Maharashtra. Letter claims that, Home minister has given target to collect 100 Crores a month to Sachin Waze, former head of Crime Intelligence Unit and recently suspended API of Mumbai Police.

The Said letter also contains some messages exchanged between Parambir Singh and ACP Sanjay Patil, Social Service Branch. In a letter it is also claimed that  Parambir singh has already pointed out several misdeeds and malpractices being indulged into by Home minister to Chief Minister, Deputy Chief Minister and NCP chief Sharad Pawar. Letter also claims that the Home minister desired a case of abetment of suicide to be registered at Mumbai in a death case of Dadra & Nagar Haveli MP Mohan Delkar.

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