Mumbra police accused of extorting Rs 6 crore from toy supplier; Thane Police commissioner orders to carry enquiry

Thane: Thane Police Commissioner, Jai Jeet Singh obtained a written letter from a complainant named Shaikh Ibrahim Pasha dated April 25, 2022 that officers from Mumbra police underneath the title of raid extorted Rs 6 crore from a toy supplier staying at Bombay Colony in Mumbra. The Thane police chief stated that the matter is being investigated.

Though the criticism was lodged with the Commissioner of Police, the applying doesn’t have the signature and seal of the police. Nonetheless, a senior police official from Thane police station talking on the situation of anonymity, confirmed that the incident happened.

In keeping with the letter despatched by the complainant to Thane Police Commissioner, Jai Jeet Singh and House Minister Dilip Walse-Patil, it says that on April 12, 2022 between 12:00 pm to 12:30 pm, Mumbra Police Station Inspector Shewale, Sub-Inspector Kale, Sub-Inspector Madane and three different personal individuals went to raid toy supplier Faizal Memon’s home at Bombay Colony in Mumbra. Police raided Memon’s home and located money value Rs 30 crore. The Rs 30 crore had been saved up in 30 packing containers every containing Rs 1 crore. The police threatened Memon that the big amount of money present in your own home is black cash and that it might be raided and all the cash wanted to be confiscated. The police then confiscated the cash and took it to Mumbra police station.

All The 30 packing containers amounting Rs 30 crore had been saved within the senior police inspector’s cabin at Mumbra police station. After taking Memon to the staion the cops began threatening him and demanding cash to suppress the case. Ultimately, fearing police stress, Memon agreed to pay Rs 2 crore. Presently, the police officer stated that we are going to be taking out Rs 2 crore from this and return the remaining to you, however as an alternative of two crores out of 30 crores the police officers took out 6 crores from it and returned the remaining 24 crores to Memon. The viral letter additionally stated that when Memon tried to ask the police officers why that they had taken a lot cash, he was kicked out by cops.

Will test CCTV footage:

The Thane Police has began an investigation into the matter and the CCTV footage from midnight on April 12, 2022 at Mumbra Police Station can be examined. It’s discovered that the CCTV footage of the police station needs to be saved for one 12 months. “If any such incident has taken place within the room of a senior police inspector, the CCTV footage can be checked and the veracity of the incident can be ascertained,” stated a senior police official on the Thane Police Commissionerate. One of many sources on the situation of anonymity stated that with a view to save the police officers the cops try to suppress the case and it’s suspected that the CCTV footage will also be destroyed.

The police inspector Shewale who was main the raid crew is on depart.

The primary accused within the case, Mumbra Police Station Crime Inspector Shewale couldn’t be reached for remark as he had been on sick depart for the reason that incident.

Blame Sport by Police Officers:

Talking with the FPJ correspondent, Thane Police Chief Jai Jeet Singh stated, “Extra Commissioner of Police West Area Anil Kumbhare has been ordered to carry an enquiry.”

When contacted Extra Commissioner of Police Anil Kumbhare and requested him in regards to the individual named Shaikh Ibrahim Pasha who’ve despatched the letter to Jai Jeet Singh he stated, ” The investigation is underway by the DCP Zone 1 and I’m not in any respect aware of who’s Shaikh Ibrahim Pasha and likewise in regards to the case.”

Even after a number of makes an attempt DCP Zone 1 Avinash Aambure was unavailable for the feedback.

Who’s Faizal Memon?

Faizal Memon, whose home was raided in Mumbra Bombay Colony, is a toy supplier in Mumbai, Thane and Bhiwandi. He’s additionally a builder within the partnership. Out of the Rs 30 crore discovered by the police at his home through the raid, Rs 20 crore had come to him by cheque and the remaining Rs 10 crore was stated to have come from different sources.

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