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Antilia Explosive Case: Special Court of NIA granted bail to an accused

A special court of Mumbai’s National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Saturday granted bail to cricket bookie Naresh Gaur.

Mumbai, Antilia explosive case, Mumbai Police, Mumbai: A special court of Mumbai’s National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Saturday granted bail to cricket bookie Naresh Gaur. He was arrested for his role in the ‘Antilia’ explosives case and the Mansukh Hiren murder case. Let us tell you that sacked police officer Sachin Waje is the main accused in this case. Special court judge AT Wankhede allowed Gaur’s bail plea.Also Read – Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray’s minister said, made such ‘indecent’ remarks on actress Kangana Ranaut

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Cricket bookie Naresh Gaur, in his petition filed through advocate Aniket Nikam, had said that his only role was to buy SIM cards for Sachin Waje. In the petition, he had claimed innocence and alleged that he had been falsely implicated in the case. The petition said, on the basis of mere conjectures and suspicions, the petitioner has been included as an accused in the present offence. Gaur said there was no evidence to show his involvement in Hiren’s murder and that he had never met or contacted her. Also Read – Mumbai Court Declares Former Police Commissioner Parambir Singh ‘Fugitive’, Missing For Months

Let us inform that on February 25 this year, explosives were recovered from the car near ‘Antilia’, the house of industrialist Mukesh Ambani in South Mumbai. Thane businessman Hiren had claimed that he was in possession of the vehicle, but a few days later on March 5, the body of this businessman was also found. Dismissed police officer Sachin Waje is the main accused in this case.

The sacked policeman was in judicial custody since his arrest in March by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in the Antilia explosives case and Mansukh deer murder case on November 15. Waje was lodged in Navi Mumbai’s Taloja Jail, from where the crime branch had taken him into custody in the extortion case. The sacked police officer Waje was sent to judicial custody in connection with the extortion case.

Let us inform that IPS officer Parambir Singh was removed from the post of Mumbai Police Commissioner in March 2021 after Waje was arrested in connection with the recovery of explosives from an SUV near industrialist Mukesh Ambani’s South Mumbai residence ‘Antilia’. it was done. The body of Thane industrialist Mansukh Hiren was found only after the explosives were found.

After this Singh was appointed Director General of Home Guards, after which he accused the then Home Minister of Maharashtra Anil Deshmukh of corruption. Later Deshmukh also had to resign from the post of minister and the CBI registered a case against Singh on the allegations of Singh. Singh was last seen in public on April 7 when he appeared before the National Investigation Agency (NIA) here to record his statement in the Antilia case. The CBI had also recorded his statement in the Deshmukh case.

A senior official said that Singh had last visited the office on May 4, after which he went on leave citing health reasons. Singh then requested for extension of leave, claiming that he had undergone surgery. In August, he requested for further extension of leave. The police had told the Bombay High Court on October 20 that she had not been traced and therefore could no longer give her earlier assurances of not arresting her in the case.

A magisterial court in Mumbai had on November 17 declared Parambir Singh a proclaimed offender in another recovery case registered against him. Singh had last visited office in May this year after which he went on leave. The state police told the Bombay High Court last month that it had no information about Singh. Mumbai Police’s crime branch, which is probing the recovery case, sought to declare him a fugitive, saying he could not be traced even after a non-bailable warrant was issued to the IPS officer.


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