Mumbai: There are many new revelations in the Antilia case, one after the other. While the suspended API is under the grip of the NIA on the one hand, on the other hand, former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh has written a letter to CM Uddhav Thackeray of Maharashtra on Saturday. In which he has made big allegations against the state Home Minister Anil Deshmukh. Meanwhile, Anil Deshmukh has responded to Parambir Singh’s allegations. Anil Deshmukh has said that, “The wires of the Mansukh case are reaching Parambir, that is why Parambir Singh is making false allegations.”
Anil Deshmukh tweeted, writing that, ‘Former Police Commissioner, Param Bir Singh has made false allegations to protect himself as Sachin Waje’s involvement in the case of Mukesh Ambani and Mansukh Hiren has come to light, which has so far been investigated. It is becoming clear that its wires are reaching Singh.’
In his 8-page letter to CM Thackeray, Parambir Singh has refuted Deshmukh’s statements that his transfer was about a “serious lapse in the investigation”.
BJP leader shared Parambir Singh’s letter
Case should be investigated – BJP
At the same time, on this whole matter, BJP has said that, based on morality, the Home Minister of Maharashtra should resign. Former Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said, ‘If the Maharashtra Home Minister does not resign after Parambir Singh’s allegations, the CM should remove him.’
Along with this, Fadnavis said, ‘The allegations made by the serving DG Parambir Singh are very serious, the central agencies should investigate the matter. The new revelations are shocking, central agencies should investigate the matter.
On Thursday, Deshmukh said that ‘Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh was transferred because of everything he and his office did, including an investigation into the Antilia bomb’. In an interview with Marathi daily Lokmat, he had said that ‘the former commissioner’s office has damaged the reputation of the Mumbai Police, which was compared to Scotland Yard’, Deshmukh said that ‘some mistakes are not forgiven’ Can go ‘. At the same time, Shiv Sena defended both Parambir Singh and Sachin Waje in the mouthpiece Saamana, claiming that they are not yet guilty, as the investigation into the Antilia bombings is going on.
Sachin Waje is in NIA custody till 25 March. Meanwhile, NIA officers are constantly interrogating Waje and trying to link the links of this incident.
Let me tell you, on February 25, a Scorpio car was found outside Antilia, at the home of industrialist Mukesh Ambani. Which contained 20 sticks of gelatin. Initially, the investigation of the case was handed over to Sachin Waje. In this case, the owner of Scorpio Mansukh Hiren came to light, which was questioned by Waze. But on March 5, Mansukh Hiren’s body was found under mysterious circumstances. After which Mansukh’s wife made serious allegations against Sachin Waje. After which the investigation of the case came into the hands of the NIA on 8 March. At the same time, the NIA is investigating both Mansukh and Antilia.