Antilia case: Former Mumbai police commissioner Parambir Singh arrives at NIA office in Antilia case, CBI awaits

Antilia case: Former Mumbai police commissioner Parambir Singh arrives at NIA office in Antilia case, CBI awaits
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A gelatin stick was recovered from an SUV near Mukesh Ambani’s house in south Mumbai on February 25.

Param Bir Singh, Antilia case, Mumbai Police, Mumbai, NIA, News: Former Mumbai Police Commissioner (Former Mumbai Police) on Wednesday morning to join the ongoing NIA probe into the case of explosive gelatin sticks kept near Antilia, the residence of Mumbai industrialist Mukesh Ambani. Commissioner) has reached the office of the agency. At the same time, the CBI, which is investigating former Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh’s allegations against then Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh, may soon record his statement. Read more – Maharashtra: Anil Deshmukh resigns – Continuing as Home Minister following High Court order does not seem morally correct

We tell you that on February 25, gelatin sticks were recovered from an SUV near Mukesh Ambani’s house Antilia in south Mumbai. Meanwhile, on Tuesday, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) brought Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) to suspend police officer Sachin Waje in connection with the investigation into the death of businessman Mansukh Hiren. In fact, on the day Hiren died, Waze caught a train at a nearby police station from the same day.

Notably, former Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh demanded a CBI probe against then Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh. He claimed that Deshmukh had asked suspended police officer Sachin Waze and other officials to recover Rs 100 crore from bars and restaurants. Deshmukh has denied the allegations. However, following the Bombay High Court’s order, the CBI filed a case on Tuesday and launched an investigation. A team from the Central Investigation Agency arrived in Mumbai on Tuesday afternoon, collected all the relevant documents and started a preliminary investigation as per the order of the Bombay High Court.

Yesterday, CBI spokesperson RC Joshi said, “The CBI has registered the preliminary investigation in the light of the April 5, 2021 Bombay High Court order.” The Bombay High Court on Monday gave the CBI 15 days to conduct a preliminary inquiry into Parambir Singh’s allegations.

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