Antilia case Mumbai - NIA found evidence of money transaction in Sachin Vazh's secret diary, printer of threatened letter also seized

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Mumbai, India – According to information received by the World News superfast, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) investigating the Antilia explosive case has recovered a secret diary from Sachin Vazh. He kept this diary hidden in CIU’s office. According to sources, despite being an expert in technology, he did not keep secret online records of things, but used to record them in a diary. This diary was hidden in the office. According to sources, evidence of money transactions has also been found in this diary. Most of these are of cash transfer.

Printer printing the threatened letter seized

Taking a major action in the same case, the NIA has seized a printer from the flat of Constable Vinayak Shinde arrested in Kalwa. The NIA suspects that a threatened letter recovered from Scorpio from this printer was printed. The letter read, ‘Dear Nita Bhabhi and Mukesh Bhaiya and family, this is just a trailer. Next time, your family will have enough luggage to fly. Be careful.

ATS may disclose the case before 25 March

Meanwhile, information is coming out that the Antilia case can be resolved soon. The NIA has found many important evidence related to this case. According to sources, Sachin Vaz has also confessed his crime, but the NIA is looking for some more concrete evidence. The police custody of Vazhe is ending on 25th March. It is believed that the NIA will disclose the case before this.

ATS will soon hand over all documents to NIA

According to information received by the World News superfast, after the Antilia case, the NIA has now taken the case of killing Mansukh Hiren. ATS can hand over the documents related to this case to the NIA. However, ATS has cracked the case. Therefore, the NIA does not have to do much in this case. Today Maharashtra can hold ATS press conference in case of Mansukh’s death.

Simcards used in both conspiracies were in the name of employees of a factory, a person arrested from Gujarat

The Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) of Maharashtra is claiming to have solved the case of the alleged murder of Mansukh Hiren in Mumbai, but the raids have not stopped. The ATS team has seized a Volvo car from Daman. Investigations have revealed that it was used in Mansukh’s murder. Currently, the car has been brought to Mumbai for forensic investigation.

This car is being described as a businessman of Daman

He is also questioned by the NIA team. This is the first car recovered by ATS in the case of Mansukh’s death. Earlier, in the Antilia case related to this, the NIA seized 5 vehicles. These include two Mercedes, a Scorpio, a Prado and a government Innova.

11 SIM cards found with a person arrested from Ahmedabad

ATS arrested a person from Ahmedabad on Monday. Who provided 11 SIM cards used in the murder. From one of these SIMs, Mansukh was used to make WhatsApp calls from 8 pm to 8.30 pm on the night of 4 March. The NIA team investigating the Antilia case related to this has come to know that 11 people were involved in this conspiracy, apart from Sachin Waze and Mansukh Hiren. Some of them are retired and some are current policemen. He may be arrested soon.

On the other hand, ATS has been trying to link every single link from the disappearance of Mansukh on March 4 to his corpse in the Bay of Mumbra’s Reti Bandar on March 5.

According to information received by the World News superfast, suspended soldiers Vinayak Balasaheb Shinde (51) and cricket book Naresh Ramniklal Gore (31) have been arrested in the Hiren murder case. Both along with Crime Investigation Unit (CIU) suspended Assistant Police Inspector Sachin Waze were involved in Mansukh’s murder.

These SIM cards are the names of some employees of a factory

ATS investigation has revealed that the SIM cards used in the murder are in the name of some people working in a factory in Ahmedabad. This factory has provided SIM card facility to 30-40 employees. Investigations revealed that these SIM cards were used to plot the murder of Mansukh and to park an explosive-laden Scorpio outside the house of industrialist Mukesh Ambani.

The team of Mumbai ATS and Gujarat Police raided Ahmedabad, Palanpur and Bodakdev of Kutch in this case and reached the factory. The person arrested is said to be the owner of the factory. However, ATS is not yet confirming this.

Planning on Mansukh’s murder started on March 2

According to information from ATS sources, former constable Vinayak Shinde, arrested in this case, has revealed that the planning of Mansukh’s murder started on 2 March. At the behest of him, he removed Mansukh from the road. He did not have work after coming on parole from prison. He already knew him. He had given me complete confidence in the care of his family. At the same time, he said that he would continue to get his parole extended after talking to the authorities.

Raid in Thane and Bhiwandi on Shinde’s statement

According to the information received by the World News superfast, it is necessary to be questioned in this matter. For this, ATS wants to take him into custody. Suspicious constable Vinayak Shinde, in interrogation of ATS, has unraveled many secrets about Mansukh’s murder. ATS is collecting evidence on these. In this episode, 2 teams of ATS raided the offices and shops located in the Majiwada Campus of Thane of Sachin Vazh on Monday night. The team also raided Bhiwandi-based Motojerson Auto Mobile Private Limited Company.

ATS took the place of murder to the accused

ATS took both the accused on Monday near the bay located in Mumbra’s Reti Bandar, where Mansukh’s body was found on 5 March. Earlier, Shinde was also taken to the house in Saket Campus of Vazhe. He was also taken to a residence in Kalwa. Apart from these two accused, who are involved in the entire conspiracy, it is being investigated. ATS found documents related to criminal conspiracy in addition to SIM card and fake number plate from the house of Vinayak Shinde and Naresh Gore on Sunday night.

Giving an investigation to the NIA may hamper the case

On Monday, ATS chief Jayjit Singh met Home Minister Anil Deshmukh at his Dnyaneshwari bungalow. According to sources, he has expressed doubt with the Home Minister that if this investigation goes into the hands of the NIA, then there may be bottlenecks in it. He said that ATS DIG Shivdeep Lande along with his colleagues have tried a lot to resolve the case. The whole matter may be revealed soon.

Sachin Vaz stayed in Hotel Trident by the name of Gavade

An interrogation of Sachin Waze, arrested in the Antilia case, revealed that he was staying at the Trident Hotel in Mumbai between 16 and 20 February. During this time, he had booked a room by the name of Gavade. He also gave ID proof of Gavade. According to NIA sources, it was hatched in the Trident Hotel itself.

On the radar also meeting Mansukh in the hotel

The NIA team arrived at the Trident Hotel on Monday and examined the CCTV footage there. Which people came to meet me in the hotel? The NIA is investigating this. A CCTV footage of the NIA shows me carrying two bags and going to the hotel.

WORLD NEWS SUPERFASTMumbai, India – According to information received by the World News superfast, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) investigating the Antilia explosive case has recovered a secret diary from Sachin Vazh. He kept this diary hidden in CIU’s office. According to sources, despite being an expert in technology, he did not keep secret online records of things, but used to record them in a diary. This diary was hidden in the office. According to sources, evidence of money transactions has also been found in this diary. Most of these are of cash transfer.Printer printing the threatened letter seizedTaking a major action in the same case, the NIA has seized a printer from the flat of Constable Vinayak Shinde arrested in Kalwa. The NIA suspects that a threatened letter recovered from Scorpio from this printer was printed. The letter read, ‘Dear Nita Bhabhi and Mukesh Bhaiya and family, this is just a trailer. Next time, your family will have enough luggage to fly. Be careful.ATS may disclose the case before 25 MarchMeanwhile, information is coming out that the Antilia case can be resolved soon. The NIA has found many important evidence related to this case. According to sources, Sachin Vaz has also confessed his crime, but the NIA is looking for some more concrete evidence. The police custody of Vazhe is ending on 25th March. It is believed that the NIA will disclose the case before this.ATS will soon hand over all documents to NIAAccording to information received by the World News superfast, after the Antilia case, the NIA has now taken the case of killing Mansukh Hiren. ATS can hand over the documents related to this case to the NIA. However, ATS has cracked the case. Therefore, the NIA does not have to do much in this case. Today Maharashtra can hold ATS press conference in case of Mansukh’s death.Simcards used in both conspiracies were in the name of employees of a factory, a person arrested from GujaratThe Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) of Maharashtra is claiming to have solved the case of the alleged murder of Mansukh Hiren in Mumbai, but the raids have not stopped. The ATS team has seized a Volvo car from Daman. Investigations have revealed that it was used in Mansukh’s murder. Currently, the car has been brought to Mumbai for forensic investigation.This car is being described as a businessman of DamanHe is also questioned by the NIA team. This is the first car recovered by ATS in the case of Mansukh’s death. Earlier, in the Antilia case related to this, the NIA seized 5 vehicles. These include two Mercedes, a Scorpio, a Prado and a government Innova.11 SIM cards found with a person arrested from AhmedabadATS arrested a person from Ahmedabad on Monday. Who provided 11 SIM cards used in the murder. From one of these SIMs, Mansukh was used to make WhatsApp calls from 8 pm to 8.30 pm on the night of 4 March. The NIA team investigating the Antilia case related to this has come to know that 11 people were involved in this conspiracy, apart from Sachin Waze and Mansukh Hiren. Some of them are retired and some are current policemen. He may be arrested soon.On the other hand, ATS has been trying to link every single link from the disappearance of Mansukh on March 4 to his corpse in the Bay of Mumbra’s Reti Bandar on March 5.According to information received by the World News superfast, suspended soldiers Vinayak Balasaheb Shinde (51) and cricket book Naresh Ramniklal Gore (31) have been arrested in the Hiren murder case. Both along with Crime Investigation Unit (CIU) suspended Assistant Police Inspector Sachin Waze were involved in Mansukh’s murder.These SIM cards are the names of some employees of a factoryATS investigation has revealed that the SIM cards used in the murder are in the name of some people working in a factory in Ahmedabad. This factory has provided SIM card facility to 30-40 employees. Investigations revealed that these SIM cards were used to plot the murder of Mansukh and to park an explosive-laden Scorpio outside the house of industrialist Mukesh Ambani.The team of Mumbai ATS and Gujarat Police raided Ahmedabad, Palanpur and Bodakdev of Kutch in this case and reached the factory. The person arrested is said to be the owner of the factory. However, ATS is not yet confirming this.Planning on Mansukh’s murder started on March 2According to information from ATS sources, former constable Vinayak Shinde, arrested in this case, has revealed that the planning of Mansukh’s murder started on 2 March. At the behest of him, he removed Mansukh from the road. He did not have work after coming on parole from prison. He already knew him. He had given me complete confidence in the care of his family. At the same time, he said that he would continue to get his parole extended after talking to the authorities.Raid in Thane and Bhiwandi on Shinde’s statementAccording to the information received by the World News superfast, it is necessary to be questioned in this matter. For this, ATS wants to take him into custody. Suspicious constable Vinayak Shinde, in interrogation of ATS, has unraveled many secrets about Mansukh’s murder. ATS is collecting evidence on these. In this episode, 2 teams of ATS raided the offices and shops located in the Majiwada Campus of Thane of Sachin Vazh on Monday night. The team also raided Bhiwandi-based Motojerson Auto Mobile Private Limited Company.ATS took the place of murder to the accusedATS took both the accused on Monday near the bay located in Mumbra’s Reti Bandar, where Mansukh’s body was found on 5 March. Earlier, Shinde was also taken to the house in Saket Campus of Vazhe. He was also taken to a residence in Kalwa. Apart from these two accused, who are involved in the entire conspiracy, it is being investigated. ATS found documents related to criminal conspiracy in addition to SIM card and fake number plate from the house of Vinayak Shinde and Naresh Gore on Sunday night.Giving an investigation to the NIA may hamper the caseOn Monday, ATS chief Jayjit Singh met Home Minister Anil Deshmukh at his Dnyaneshwari bungalow. According to sources, he has expressed doubt with the Home Minister that if this investigation goes into the hands of the NIA, then there may be bottlenecks in it. He said that ATS DIG Shivdeep Lande along with his colleagues have tried a lot to resolve the case. The whole matter may be revealed soon.Sachin Vaz stayed in Hotel Trident by the name of GavadeAn interrogation of Sachin Waze, arrested in the Antilia case, revealed that he was staying at the Trident Hotel in Mumbai between 16 and 20 February. During this time, he had booked a room by the name of Gavade. He also gave ID proof of Gavade. According to NIA sources, it was hatched in the Trident Hotel itself.On the radar also meeting Mansukh in the hotelThe NIA team arrived at the Trident Hotel on Monday and examined the CCTV footage there. Which people came to meet me in the hotel? The NIA is investigating this. A CCTV footage of the NIA shows me carrying two bags and going to the hotel.
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