Nawab Malik made a big blast – Param Bir Singh and Sachin Vaze planned to scare Antilia Bomb

NCP leader and Maharashtra government minister Nawab Malik has alleged that former Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh and sacked constable Sachin Waje planned to make bomb threats near ‘Antilia’, the residence of industrialist Mukesh Ambani in the state capital. was made.

The NCP leader also claimed that Singh and Vaze had “misled” the state home ministry in the Antilia bomb case. Asked about the resignation of NCP leader Anil Deshmukh as the state home minister earlier this year, Malik termed it as “politically motivated”.

In February this year, an SUV laden with explosives was found near Ambani’s residence in south Mumbai. A few days later, businessman Mansukh Hiran, who was in possession of the SUV, was found dead in a drain in Mumbra in neighboring Thane district.

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is investigating the Antilia bomb case. The central agency arrested Vaze in March for his alleged role in the case. Waze, who was then serving as an Assistant Inspector of Police, was later dismissed from service.

Malik claimed that Singh and Vaze had given false information to the state home ministry to “mislead” the matter (Antilia bomb scare).

“Param Bir Singh and Sachin Waaze had planned the Antilia bomb threat. They also made a fake passport with Pakistan entry and exit stamps for a goon. If Mansukh the deer was not killed or he surrendered , then both had planned a fake encounter of the goon, showing him as a terrorist,” claimed Malik.

The NIA had found a fake passport from Vaze’s house, even the ‘panchnama’ mentioned the passport. The NIA should put this before the public, the minister said.

Asked whether Deshmukh and Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had supported Waze following the Antilia bomb fears, Malik said a minister or chief minister speaks based on briefings from officials.

“Singh and Vaze, considering their plan in the matter, were briefing the Home Minister and the CM and based on this speaking in the legislature. Both the officials were misleading the minister,” he claimed. did.

Meanwhile, the Maharashtra government on Tuesday ordered an inquiry into a meeting between sacked police officer Sachin Vaze and IPS officer Param Bir Singh, where Vaze is in judicial custody and both are accused in an extortion case.

State Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil told reporters here, “Vez is in judicial custody and as per rules he should not meet anyone. I have directed Mumbai Police Commissioner Hemant Nagrale to investigate the matter.”

He also objected to Singh – who is now the Director General of Home Guards, who was absent from duty for more than six months last week and is facing investigation in several cases of extortion – using a government vehicle to move around. Was doing.

Walse-Patil said Singh has not been coming to work for a long time and should not use a government vehicle. The alleged meeting took place on Monday in an adjoining room on the second floor of a building of Singh’s office in south Mumbai, when he appeared before the Justice Chandiwal (Retd) Commission, which operates from the same premises.

The commission is probing the corruption charges leveled by Singh against NCP leader and then Home Minister Anil Deshmukh after the IPS officer was removed from the post of Mumbai Police Commissioner.