Former police officer Pradeep Sharma was considered a trusted officer of the then Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh.
Mumbai: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) interrogated encounter expert Pradeep Sharma about 9 hours, 7 hours a day ago, in connection with the murder of businessman Mansukh Hiren in a car outside the house of industrialist Mukesh Ambani. More were asked. Read more – Mukesh Ambani to appeal against Sebi’s fine
Former police officer Pradeep Sharma appeared before the NIA on the second day on Thursday. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) summoned Sharma, known as an encounter expert, to record the statement. Read more – Maharashtra: BJP says two more ministers will resign in 15 days, Shiv Sena says dirty politics
An official said Sharma arrived at the NIA office in south Mumbai around 1 pm. “Sharma was interrogated for more than 9 hours,” an official said. He left the NIA office at ten o’clock at night. ” Read more- Mukesh, Anil, Nita and Tina Ambani fined Rs 25 crore, find out what is the matter?
Sources said Sharma is likely to face suspended police officer Sachin Waze and two others, who were earlier arrested by the NIA on charges of investigating the case. On Wednesday, the NIA interrogated Sharma for more than seven hours.
Pradeep Sharma was considered a loyal officer of former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh when he was the Thane police chief. Before retiring as a volunteer, Sharma worked in the anti-recovery cell of the Thane Crime Branch. Sharma contested from Nala Sopara assembly seat in Palghar district in 2019, but lost.