Explosives case: NIA slaps UAPA on Waze
The National Investigation Agency on Wednesday invoked the stringent Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) against suspended API Sachin Waze and others in the explosives case. Meanwhile, a Thane magistrate has directed the state’s anti-terrorism squad (ATS) to not proceed with the probe into the Mansukh Hiran murder case and the immediate transfer of the entire case record and proceedings to the special NIA court in Mumbai.
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