Mumbai Pulice Commissioner Param Bir Singh needs to study law.

Param Bir Singh

Commissioner of Police is a high ranking officer and since Param Bir Singh is from Indian Police Service he has passed one of the toughest competitive exams but it appears law is not the strong suit of police officers or for Param Bir Singh. He so grossly out of sync that there is no option but ot conclude that he is ignorant of law. Let me explain.

Crime Investigation in India:

Crime investigation in India is governed, inter alia, by Criminal Procedure Code, 1973. (Buy it from my commercial site here) There are three sections of CrPC involved here. These are section 154, 161 and 162. The last is Most important.

Recording of FIR:

Section 154 of CrPC mandates that police is obligated to record commission of a cognizable offence in a register of First Information Reports and then proceed to investigate.

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Amnesty is kicked out of India.

Human Beings are the only specie which is born normal and grow mad with age. Senility sets in at the age of 60 and by the time they turn 70, they start planning the annihilation of th world. Look at Xitler and George Soros. The latter is 89 and needs mental help. Here is an extract of the speech of the Mad Man George Soros:

Nationalism, far from being reversed, made further headway. The biggest and most frightening setback occurred in India where a democratically elected Narendra Modi is creating a Hindu nationalist state, imposing punitive measures on Kashmir, a semi-autonomous Muslim region, and threatening to deprive millions of Muslims of their citizenship.

Speech Delivered at Davos on January 23, 2020.

Soros is notorious for his anti-India feelings but that does not justify blatant lies made in above extract of speech. It is no wonder that Soros is declared as a persona non grata by many countries in Europe e.g. Hungary, his birth place, He has many puppets in India who are well known and details of his activities are aptly given at this web site.

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Now Uddhav Thackeray’s goons attack Navy veteran on petty issue.

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This cartoon is on social media for weeks:

It shows Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray as surrender man before allied party chiefs.

The most interesting part is the Uddhav Thackeray’s father and founder of the party was a cartoonist himself. But then Uddhav is here to undo everything his father did.

The retired Naval Officer has been targeted and beaten by Shiv Sena workers for sharing aforesaid cartoon. He could barely escape with injuries all over the body and he is being catscanned. See

What entitles them to behave like gangsters?

On top of it all, the veteran Madan Sharma was informed that he is being prosecuted under Information Technology Act.

India: The country where Prime Minister lives in (technically) Illegal Construction

India must be the only country where every building is illegal in some way or the other.

Media is aghast at the brazen use of power to demolish the house of Kangana Ranawat [spelled (Ranaut)] by Maharashtra Government in Mumbai. But there is nothing surprising. The word draconian falls short to explain the powers given to Municipal Authorities and the brazen corruption. It must be kept in mind that the most corrupt offices and officers are most loyal to political masters. More on that but first try to understand the practical legal situation about building laws in India.

These are excerpts from my ebook titled “Corruption in India: (History, Law and Politics)” in relation to Illegal Constructions:

Illegal Construction

Here I am using the world ‘illegal’ rather loosely and not strict sense. Therefore it includes enchroachment, irregular, unauthorised, condonable, compundable and all other terms used in Building laws to denote what is not permissible in law.

Sanjay Baru was Media Advisor to the Prime Minister of India between 2004-2008 and has written about his tenure in Prime Minister’s Office in his book “Accidental Prime Minister – The Making and Unmaking of Manmohan Singh.” He has also written about the Prime Minister’s residence 7 Lok Kalyan Marg, New Delhi. (At the time of Baru it was called 7 Race Course Road.) Entry to PMO is narrated by Baru in these words:

“I went to meet Dr Singh on Monday at the prime minister’s sprawling official residence, 7 Race Course Road—7 RCR as it is popularly called—at the edge of Lutyens’ Delhi and bordering diplomatic enclave. After Rajiv Gandhi’s assassination, the security around the PM’s official residence has become so elaborate that entering it is quite an ordeal. The Special Protection Group (SPG), an elite security unit protecting the PM, which was created in 1985 after Indira Gandhi’s assassination, allows in only such visitors whose names have been provided to them by the personal secretary to the PM. After driving through the first gate of the outer compound, visitors alight near the second gate. Only ministers, authorized officials and foreign dignitaries are allowed to drive through the second gate, and get into SPG vehicles that will take them a couple of hundred yards down the road to the PMO. Those less privileged must first walk into a visitors’ room, deposit their mobile phones and be screened by security. Only then are they ferried by the SPG in its fleet of Maruti cars to the Prime Minister’s Office.”

Do you notice the illegalities visible from this very paragraph? I will explain it, but notice this paragraph:

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