NIA: Sachin Waze escorted SUV with explosives in his govt vehicle
Tuesday, 16 March 2021 In a plea seeking suspended police officer Sachin Waze’s custody, the NIA alleged that he had used his own government vehicle to escort the explosives-laden Scorpio and himself drove the police vehicle to the ‘scene of crime’ on February 25. NIA sources said it was Waze who was at the wheel of the Innova which tailed the Scorpio to a spot near industrialist Mukesh Ambani’s residence, where it was parked.
National Investigation Agency (NIA) took former Mumbai police officer Sachin Waze to Mahim Creek on March 17 as part of the investigation. Waze was arrested in connection with the recovery of explosive-laden car parked near Mukesh Ambani's house 'Antilia'.
Union Minister and BJP leader Prakash Javadekar lashed out at Maharashtra government over extortion allegations against Anil Deshmukh and Sachin Waze case. "It is clear that Maharashtra's Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) is actually 'Maha Vasooli Aghadi'. Its common minimum programme is 'collect money through police'," said Prakash Javadekar.
Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut has said that there is a political conspiracy behind arrested cop Sachin Vaze naming Anil Parab in his latest letter. ‘There have been efforts from day one to topple the Maharashtra government. The faces of those who are trying to topple the government are coming to light. A new trend has come to light wherein people who are in jail write letters. People in jail write letters and they are considered as evidence,’ Raut said. Waze had written a letter to the NIA claiming that Maharashtra ministers had asked him to illegally collect money for them. BJP leaders had cited the allegations to demand Anil Parab’s resignation. Watch the full video for all the details.
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Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut came forward to defend Maharashtra Minister Anil Parab over the allegation levelled by Sachin Waze, and said no Shiv Sainik can take false oath in the name of Bala Saheb Thackeray. "A new tactic has come to light wherein people who are in jail write letters. This is a political conspiracy. I know Anil Parab, he can never indulge in such work. I can assure, no Shiv Sainik can take a false oath in Bala Saheb Thackeray's name," said Raut.
Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh said that gilatine stick found in car outside industrialist Mukesh Ambani's residence and Mansukh Hiren murder case are being investigated by National Intelligence Agency and Anti-Terrorism Squad. "The matter where gelatin sticks were found in a Scorpio vehicle outside Mukesh Ambani's residence and Mansukh Hiren murder case are being investigated by NIA and ATS. Action will be taken based on the truth that comes out of it," he said. Earlier in the day, Mumbai Police Officer Sachin Waze brought back to NIA. NIA to present Mumbai Police Officer Sachin Waze before a court today, demanding his custody. Sachin Waze was arrested for his role and involvement in placing explosives-laden vehicle near Carmichael Road on Feb 25.
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 resident 'Antilia'. On March 5, police said that the owner of the car, Hiren Mansukh, was found dead after allegedly committing suicide. Devendra Fadnavis, former CM of Maharashtra demanded that the case be handed over to India's premier terror probe agency National Investigation Agency (NIA). Watch the full video for more.
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A fresh twist in the Ambani explosives case as Mansukh Hiren, the man whose Scorpio was found abandoned outside Mukesh Ambani's home Antilia has been found dead. Naupada Police recovered Hiren's body on Friday. Initial inputs suggest that Mansukh Hiren died by suicide. Police officials believe he jumped into the Kalwa creek. On February 25, Mumbai Police was alerted about a Scorpio abandoned near Reliance Industries owner Mukesh Ambani's residence Antilia.
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As the National Investigation Agency's probe into the Mukesh Ambani bomb scare continues, CCTV footage of main accused Sachin Vaze surfaced. The footage, dated March 4 at 7 pm, reportedly showed the suspended police officer going to the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus in Mumbai. He was dressed in a shirt and trousers. The following day, i.e. March 5, Mansukh Hiran was found dead in Thane. He was the owner of the car found with explosive near Ambani's house on February 25. Watch the full video for more.
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In the latest development in Mansukh Hiren death case, a CCTV footage has surfaced purportedly showing Sachin Waze going to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus at 7 pm on March 05. Waze had taken a local train to Thane that day. He was brought to CSMT on April 05 for scene recreation. Officials from Pune's Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL) were also present. Waze is an accused in the death case of Mansukh Hiran, the businessman who owned the explosive-laden car parked outside Mukesh Ambani's house Antilia on February 25. Body of Mansukh Hiren was found at Kalwa creek in Thane on March 05.
Suspended police officer Sachin Vaze's brother commented on the high-profile case which has gripped the attention of the nation. Sudharm said that he has full faith in the National Investigation Agency..
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The Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad told the Thane sessions court on Friday that they require the custody of assistant police inspector Sachin Waze to unearth... IndiaTimes Also reported by •Indian Express •Hindu •Mid-Day