Param Bir Singh is a 1988-batch Indian Police Service (IPS) officer who attained notability during the early 90s for his role in curtailing the activities of the underworld across Mumbai. Although he has a distinguished career spanning over three decades, he has also attracted controversies on several occasions. He is slated to retire from service in June 2022.Param Bir Singh was a brilliant student and a topper of his batch at Panjab University. Along with that, he was also good at extra-curricular activities and used to represent his college cricket team. After joining civil service, Param Bir captained Maharashtras IPS cricket team in many tournaments.Param Birs son, Rohan, is married to Rupali S. Meghe, the granddaughter of a well known BJP leader from Nagpur, Dattatraya R. Meghe. Datta, along with two of his sons Sagar Meghe (father of Rupali S. Meghe) and Sameer Meghe, joined the BJP party in 2014 after being in the Indian National Congress for around 36 years. (R-L) Param Bir Singh, Savita Singh, Rupali, Rohan, Sagar Meghe (Rohans father-in-law), and others at Rohans wedding function.Param Bir Singhs brother, Manbir Singh Bhadana, served as the chairman of the Haryana Public Service Commission (HPSC) till July 2019. Param Bir Singh brother, Manbir Singh Bhadana, taking oath as a member of Haryana Public Service Commission (HPSC) and the then Haryana Governor Jagannath Pahadia administering the oath at Raj Bhavan in Chandigarh.Param is friends with numerous Bollywood stars and has many a time been spotted partying with B-Town celebrities. In 2012, he was pictured coming out of a high-profile Christmas Party held in Bandra. Interestingly, Salman Khan, who exempted his court appearance in the 2002 hit-and-run case on that day on the pretext of being out of town, was also seen leaving from the party after Param. Param was then serving as Special Inspector General of Police. Mid Day.In March 2020, Param Bir Singh wrote a letter to Mumbais Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray in which he accused the then Home Minister Anil Deshmukh of corruption. He mentioned that Anil Deshmukh had ordered police officers, primarily Sachin Vaze, to extort money from bars, restaurants, and other business enterprises in Mumbai and get a monthly collection of Rs. 100 crore. He also brought to light other grave malpractices by Anil Deshmukh such as corruption in police transfers and postings in state and interference in police investigations. The controversy grew really big as it is very rare for a government official of stature equivalent to that of IPS Param Bir to allege corruption charges against a sitting Home Minister of a state.