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Extortion Case Filed Against Param Bir Singh, Six Other Police Officers in Thane

Singh had also served as the Thane police commissioner.

Singh had also served as the Thane police commissioner.

The case was registered under IPC sections 324 (assault), 384 (extortion), 392 (robbery) and 506 (criminal intimidation) besides the Arms Act on the complaint filed by Ketan Tanna (54), a builder.

Thane city police on Friday registered another case of alleged extortion against IPS officer and former Mumbai police commissioner Param Bir Singh and six other police officers. The First Information Report registered at Thane Nagar police station named a total of 28 persons including Singh, retired `encounter specialist' police officer Pradeep Sharma, Deputy Commissioner of Police Deepak Devraj, Assistant Commissioner of Police N T Kadam and inspector Rajkumar Kothmire alongwith two more junior-level officers.

The case was registered under IPC sections 324 (assault), 384 (extortion), 392 (robbery) and 506 (criminal intimidation) besides the Arms Act on the complaint filed by Ketan Tanna (54), a builder. Tanna alleged that when Singh was Thane police commissioner between January 2018 to February 2019, the accused extorted Rs 1.25 crore from him by summoning him to the office of the Anti-Extortion Cell and threatening to frame him up in serious criminal cases. They also extorted over Rs 3 crore from his friend and alleged bookie Sonu Jalan in the same way, he alleged.

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first published:July 30, 2021, 23:09 IST