Antilia bomb scare case: Maharashtra's home minister claims - owner of car was not happy, it is registered in its name
The body of Mansukh Hiren Death, the alleged owner of an explosive-laden Scorpio car (Antilia bomb scare case) recovered from near Antilia, the home of industrialist Mukesh Ambani, was recovered from a river bank in Thane on Friday. . Mansukh was being described as the owner of this car and told the police that the car had broken down, after which he left it on the way and it was stolen. Now the Maharashtra government told the assembly on Friday that this Scorpio was not really Mansukh Hiren. According to the government, the owner of this car is a person named Sam Matan, who gave Mansukh to get the car interior repaired.
Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh said in the Assembly on Friday, 'The owner of this car was Sam Matan, who had given Mansukh the job of maintaining the interior. When Sam did not pay for this, Hiren had kept this car with him, the real owner of this car is Sam Mutton and he is also being questioned. The investigation of this case has been handed over to the Mumbai ATS. On the demand of NIA to be investigated, he said that Thane police is investigating the Hiren Mansukh case and the NIA is not needed here.
Wife has made serious allegations
Mansala Hiren's wife Vimala Deer unconscious claimed that her husband could not commit suicide. He said, 'There was a call from a police officer named Tawde from Kandivali Crime Branch. After which he left the house. Tawde invited him to meet him at Ghodbunder Road. Since leaving the house, his phone was coming off. The family members and neighbors tried to contact him several times but his phone was not received.
Secret of five handkerchiefs!
The Thane police had termed the case a suicide, but with the handkerchief getting five handkerchiefs from the body, the matter is now looking different. According to the information received, these five handkerchiefs were tied together and were in the mouth of the deceased. In the presence of the police, the handkerchief was removed when the body was being cleaned from the drain. A police official had said that Mansukh, about 45 years old, was missing since Thursday night and then the next day his body was found on the banks of a river along Mumbra Reti Bunder Road.