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Ambani bomb scare: Car owner found dead, NIA probe sought

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Ambani bomb scare: Car owner found dead, NIA probe soughtHours before Mansukh Hiren was found dead, Devendra Fadnavis had sought protection for him on the floor of the House; names API involved in probe and demands case be transferred to NIA
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News video: Mukesh Ambani threat case: Owner of bomb-laden car found dead; BJP's NIA demand

Mukesh Ambani threat case: Owner of bomb-laden car found dead; BJP's NIA demand 02:32

In a fresh twist to the Mukesh Ambani threat case, the owner of the car found abandoned outside the businessman's house was found dead. On February 25, a Scorpio laden with 2.5 kg explosives and a letter threatening Ambani and his family was found outside the Reliance Industries' chairman's Mumbai...

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