In the latest development in Sachin Vaze's case, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) said in its charge sheet that Vase, the accused no.1 "procured gelatine sticks (explosive substance) through confidential sources." The charge sheet also revealed that Vase had placed the explosive in the Scorpio vehicle and also left a threat note naming Mukesh Ambani and his family. Furthermore, NIA is investing the case to nab Vaze's aides.… read-more
Courtesy: Deccan Herald
Suspended Mumbai police Sachin Vaze, in his exclusive letter to NIA, alleged that ex-Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh demanded Rs2 crore. Reportedly, the amount was to ensure Vaze's reinstatement into Mumbai Police against the NCP supremo Sharad Pawar's decision. Moreover, he also accused Deshmukh of asking him to collect money from bars and restaurants. The letter also ropes in state's Transport Minister Anil Parab for the same.
Courtesy: India Today
The National Investigation Agency, accompanied by suspended police officer Sachin Vaze, recovered a laptop, two number plates, CPUs and a digital video recorder from the Mithi river in Mumbai. Arrested in relation to Mansukh Hiran's death case, Vaze was taken to the spot by the police around 3 PM. The police, with the local and professional divers, is likely to recover more evidence from the river.
Courtesy: The New Indian Express
The NIA has claimed to solve the Ambani bomb scare case as they have concluded that suspended officer Sachin Vaze fabricated the conspiracy to restore his reputation. Ruling out the terror angle, the NIA stated Vaze wanted to prove himself as a successful cop after he was suspended in a custodial death case in 2004. The investigation agency on March 16 had seized a Mercedes car, recovering number plate of the SUV parked outside Antilia.
Courtesy: Hindustan Times