Arrested Mumbai police officer Sachin Vaze was dropped at Antilia, the home of India’s richest man Mukesh Ambani, as a part of the investigation within the case of a automobile filled with explosives discovered close to the house of the Reliance Industries chairman.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) introduced Mr Vaze to the spot exterior Antilia the place the automobile with explosives was discovered to reconstruct the sequence of occasions, sources have stated.
The NIA took over the case from Mumbai Police after allegations emerged in opposition to Mr Vaze that he was linked to the dying of a person, Mansukh Hiran, believed to be the proprietor of the explosives-filled SUV.
Mr Vaze was made to stroll by the NIA close to the spot the place the SUV was discovered, sources stated. They made him stroll within the space in shirt and pants first, after which in a kurta and a handkerchief wrapped round his head with a view to reconstruct a doable sequence of occasions of the day the SUV was discovered exterior the 27-storey constructing, as seen on CCTV footage, sources have stated.
The NIA has alleged that the quantity plate of the deserted car was present in a automobile that Mr Vaze was utilizing. The company additionally claims an individual seen in CCTV footage close to Antilia the identical night time was Mr Waze. It says the fingerprints on the SUV matched Mr Waze’s and that he was travelling in a Toyota Innova, tailing the Mahindra Scorpio automobile.
The investigation has change into an enormous embarrassment for the Maharashtra authorities, with the opposition BJP accusing Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray of defending Mr Vaze, a controversial cop who was as soon as a member of his Shiv Sena.
Mr Vaze was the primary investigating officer within the case after the SUV stuffed with gelatin sticks was discovered.
The SUV was traced to Mansukh Hiren, an auto components supplier who had reported it stolen on February 17. Mr Hiran was discovered lifeless in a creek close to Mumbai on March 5. His spouse alleged that Mr Vaze had borrowed the identical car for 4 months and had returned it on February 5. She additionally accused the cop of a task in her husband’s dying.
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